Colorado’s Senate candidates struggled to pin the other down on energy policy and reproductive rights Wednesday in their fifth and final debate.
For most voters this midterm, it is indeed the economy, stupid. And Mark Udall, the Colorado senator now in the political fight of his life, agrees that’s true. But voters might not know it from his ads.
In a state balanced among Democrats, Republicans and independents, Cory Gardner has necessarily taken a tack to the state’s center.
Colorado voters have voted three times against ballot measures to ban all abortions.
Sen. Mark Udall and Rep. Cory Gardner skirmished over their visions for Colorado’s economy during a prickly debate on Tuesday that featured aggressive attacks from both candidates.
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.
Andrew Romanoff took the offensive in Tuesday night’s debate against Mike Coffman and rarely let up.
Senate Democrats’ campaign arm is spending $1 million on television ads criticizing the GOP nominee’s opposition to abortion rights.
With fracking issues exiting this week, do the remaining four initiatives on Colorado’s 2014 ballot have a chance to grab voters’ attention?
Supporters and opponents of one of Colorado’s most emotionally charged ballot measures battled over well-tread topics — abortion, women’s health, the rights of the unborn, contraception and more — during competing rallies on Tuesday on the state capitol steps.