Re-Fueled Perlmutter's Re-Entry Into Congressional Race Is ComplicatedRep. Ed Perlmutter says he began second guessing his decision to not to run again for public office soon after he announced the decision a month ago.
Perlmutter Reverses Himself, Will Run For CongressCongressman Ed Perlmutter is reversing himself and announcing he'll run for re-election.
Rep. Perlmutter Not Running For Governor, Re-ElectionRep. Ed Perlmutter, a Democrat, announced Tuesday morning that not only will he not run for Governor of Colorado, he also won't run for re-election for the 7th Congressional District.
Perlmutter Drops Out Of Race For GovernorRep. Ed Perlmutter, a Democrat, will not be running for Colorado's next governor, CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd confirmed on Monday afternoon.
3rd Democrat Joins Race For 7th Congressional DistrictA Colorado congressional race is already shaping up to be a bruising battle. Three Democrats are now vying to replace Rep. Ed Perlmutter, who's running for governor.
Iranian Couple Reunited In Colorado After Travel Ban ScaresAn experience that both called “a nightmare” turned into a dream come true for an Iranian family reunited at Denver International Airport Tuesday night.
If Rep. Perlmutter Elected Colorado Governor, It Would Be A RarityOn Sunday U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter, D-Colorado, said he'd be the best qualified as Colorado's next governor.
Ex-Colorado Treasurer Kennedy Joins 2018 Governor's RaceFormer Colorado State Treasurer Cary Kennedy has joined the 2018 Democratic race for governor.
Perlmutter Announces Gubernatorial RunDemocratic U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter has announced his run for governor of Colorado.
Democratic US Rep. Perlmutter Running For Colorado GovernorEd Perlmutter, a six-term Democratic congressman from a competitive district in suburban Denver, is entering Colorado's race for governor in 2018.
El Paso County's Jeff Hays New Colorado Republican ChairColorado's Republicans have a new state party chair.
Race For Colorado's Next Governor Will Be Competitive On Both SidesThe election of Colorado's next governor still a year and a half away, but already four Democrats and three Republicans have announced their candidacy while a powerhouse in Colorado politics now says he's not running.