The head of the Republican National Committee will be celebrating Cinco de Mayo in Colorado.
Two months after President Barack Obama’s executive order spared roughly five million illegal immigrants from deportation — including more than 100,000 in Colorado — those who would benefit from the policy say nothing’s changed.
Republicans in search of a way to oppose President Barack Obama’s moves on immigration without alienating the nation’s fast-growing population of Hispanic voters can find a playbook in Colorado.
The political fight over President Barack Obama’s immigration plan is playing out in Colorado, too, where Gov. John Hickenlooper called it “very controversial.”
Republicans could get help in the upcoming election from a voting block that has twice helped propel the president to victory. A new poll finds more millennials are voting with the GOP than Democrat this year.
Republicans and tea party members thrashed President Barack Obama and Democrats over the red-meat topics of immigration, school choice and fracking at a conservative conference this weekend.
The 2014 electoral map makes it unlikely Republicans will pay an immediate political price for the recent death of an immigration overhaul bill, except in one key, perennial swing state: Colorado.
Bob Beauprez is the Republican party’s choice to run for governor against Democratic incumbent John Hickenlooper.
Coloradans made choices in three congressional primaries, a gubernatorial contest and a fracking moratorium in Tuesday’s primaries.
It’s all business, the Republicans’ site selection chiefs maintained on Tuesday when discussing whether a plethora of factors might influence their decision where the GOP will hold its 2016 convention.