Gov. John Hickenlooper took the oath of office Tuesday morning to begin his second term as Colorado’s governor.
John Hickenlooper declared victory over challenger Bob Beauprez on Wednesday morning, providing Colorado Democrats with one of their few bright spots this midterm.
The race for governor in Colorado is proving to be the nail-biter that polls and pundits predicted, as Gov. John Hickenlooper and challenger Bob Beauprez battled late into Tuesday night.
A Colorado governor’s race that few expected to be close enters its final day with neither party able to say with confidence that they’ve gained a clear lead.
Hickenlooper cruised into office in 2010 and engineered political goodwill, forged relationships with business and environmental groups, and remained the affable leader most seemed to love. So why the tough fight?
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is facing the toughest re-election fight of a charmed political career.
Gov. John Hickenlooper and challenger Bob Beauprez addressed plenty of economic issues in their governor’s debate on Tuesday, but emotional social issues dominated the stage and stretched tempers.
Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is visiting Colorado in support of GOP candidates for governor and Congress.
Republican gubernatorial challenger Bob Beauprez has jumped ahead of Colorado Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper by 10 points in a poll released Wednesday, placing the once-popular incumbent behind by a substantial margin for the first time in the race.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez challenged Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper to answer whether he intends to grant clemency to a death row inmate before Hickenlooper leaves office.