On Monday Colorado leaders will make their pitch to party leaders in person to try to attract the 2016 Republican National Convention to Denver.
Colorado’s senate race is likely to be one of the most intense in the nation after Republican Congressman Cory Gardner jumped in to challenge Democrat Senator Mark Udall, the incumbent.
Rep. Corey Gardner, a tea partyer elected in the 2010 Republican wave, will challenge Democratic Sen. Mark Udall in this year’s midterm elections, Republican officials said Wednesday.
Ken Buck is watching what he says. The Republican prosecutor became a symbol for his party’s political overreach in 2010, when he beat the establishment pick in a U.S. Senate primary, only to lose to Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet.
Former Republican state senator Mike Kopp kicked off his bid Tuesday to challenge Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper next year.
The polls across the nation show that the race is tightening. Officials may be counting votes late into the night. Or are all of the tight polls just “pre-fight” hype?
Not too long ago Colorado was political flyover country, known for skiing and football – and being a reliable vote for the Republican presidential candidate.
Based on the polls going into the caucus, Santorum’s showing in Colorado was quite a surprise. It was definitely a disappointing night for Romney, but not quite disastrous.
Republican presidential contender Rick Santorum won the Colorado caucus, one of three states that voted on Tuesday. He also won in Minnesota’s non-binding caucus and Missouri’s primary.
Colorado Republicans were divided on their presidential candidates Tuesday but united by a common conviction that the nation is headed in the wrong direction.