Colorado’s gun control debate is moving out of the state Capitol and straight to voters.
A former Arvada city councilwoman has been sworn in to replace a Colorado state Democratic senator who resigned to avoid a potential recall election driven by gun rights advocates.
An Arvada city official has been named a new state senator, replacing one who resigned rather than face a recall election.
Democrats are gathering in Jefferson County on Tuesday to name a new state senator to replace one who resigned rather than face a recall election.
A third Democratic state senator facing possible recall after voting for gun-control measures will resign, allowing Democrats to maintain control of Colorado’s Senate.
A new poll shows Democratic Gov. Hickenlooper leading all GOP challengers by a handful of points, but 49 percent of Colorado voters don’t think he deserves re-election.
Gun-control supporters and Colorado Democrats hoping the state’s long debate over new gun laws is over are setting themselves up for disappointment.
She’s under fire over guns, taxes and what some people call insensitive remarks. Now gun supporters are ramping up their efforts to recall state Sen. Evie Hudak.
While campaigns in Colorado are usually fairly tame by national standards, with what we are seeing in the Sen. Evie Hudak recall efforts, sketchy political maneuvers may become the new normal in the Centennial State.
For the first time on television state Sen. Evie Hudak answered her critics in an interview with CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd.