Colorado Democrats were hammered in last year’s elections while Republicans had their best year in a decade. Yet it’s the GOP that’s ousting its state party leader and the Democrats keeping theirs.
Colorado is shaping up as a key test of whether the Democrats’ edge in turning out votes can prevent a disastrous midterm election for the party.
President Barack Obama landed in Denver Tuesday evening and will be staying the night in Colorado. He will then attend two events on Wednesday starting with a talk about the economy at Denver’s Cheesman Park.
Both Democrats and Republics are now reacting to Gov. John Hickenlooper’s comments about the state’s tougher new gun laws.
The shockwave from Eric Cantor’s primary loss on Tuesday should teach Colorado Republicans a valuable lesson: Keep away from the fringe.
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.