GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) – Colorado Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper and Republican gubernatorial challenger Bob Beauprez, deadlocked in polls heading into the November election, will get a chance to bust open the race when they […]
A Colorado U.S. Senate race that can decide control of the chamber in November will be in the spotlight Saturday as incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Udall and Republican U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner meet for their first debate.
Democratic Sen. Mark Udall is going after his opponent’s proposal to make birth control an over-the-counter drug.
Democratic Sen. Mark Udall is headed to the perennial political battleground of Jefferson County to continue talking about abortion rights.
GOP Senate candidate Cory Gardner, framed by sunflowers and wind turbines, tells voters in a campaign ad this week that he co-wrote a law to launch Colorado’s green-energy economy. He leaves out that the law was repealed five years later, deemed useless for not enabling a single project.
Cory Gardner is kicking off the post Labor Day election campaign by becoming a “new kind of Republican”, the question is, how will Colorado voters react?
Rep. Cory Gardner is selling himself as “a new kind of Republican” as he tries to unseat Democratic Sen. Mark Udall.
Democrats are hoping young voters will help them get the edge in Colorado’s congressional races, some of the most competitive in the nation.
Senate Democrats’ campaign arm is spending $1 million on television ads criticizing the GOP nominee’s opposition to abortion rights.
Two stories this week show that Colorado Democrats are not taking the 2014 election for granted and are willing to bring out the heavy artillery.