Former Colorado Speaker of the House Andrew Romanoff announced Saturday he will run for the 6th Congressional District seat in 2014.
Colorado’s U.S. House delegation will continue to be a mix of red and blue after all seven incumbents easily won re-election despite the contentious battle over redistricting last year.
Rep. Mike Coffman has retained his seat in Colorado’s Congressional District 6 after a hard fought political battle with Democratic challenger Joe Miklosi.
Colorado’s reputation as a battleground state is playing out in its congressional races, where Democrats hope to capitalize on restricting to regain the edge now held by Republicans.
Republican Rep. Mike Coffman pleaded for his job Tuesday in a final matchup against his Democratic challenger.
A crowd gathers outside the suburban Denver campaign office of Republican Rep. Mike Coffman. They’re waving signs with Coffman’s name crossed out, urging passing motorists to vote against the two-term incumbent.
CBS 4 and CPT12 hosted the first televised debate for the 6th Congressional District on Tuesday. It was clear from the very beginning that these two candidates were ready for a fight.
CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd and Colorado Public Television analyst Eric Sondermann were the moderators for a series of taped debates between Congressional candidates.
With no competition for ad space from statewide campaigns, the Congressional races in Colorado are heating up the airwaves with tough, and sometimes personal, attack ads.
It’s October in an election year – that means political debates are heating up.