Political campaigns have spent at least $1.5 million so far trying to influence the outcome of this year’s governor’s race between incumbent Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper and Republican Bob Beauprez, according to research released Wednesday.
It’s nearly impossible to get away from those TV commercials claiming each candidate for president has outsourced jobs, and on Wednesday Colorado Republicans fired their own accusations at the Obama administration.
The Romney campaign is using President Obama’s own words against him in a new attack ad. The commercial claims the president is “out of touch” on the economy.
Shaun Boyd’s latest Reality Check shows how even when political campaigns tell the truth, they can still not be telling us the whole story.
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Opponents of Proposition 103 say it will cost jobs in Colorado. Supporters say kids in our state are already paying a price. CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd gives the latest Prop 103 ad a Reality Check.
With election day in Denver just a little more than two weeks away, more ads are hitting the airwaves. One of those is urging voters to oppose a paid sick day measure. CBS4’s Political Specialist has a Reality Check.
The presidential election is still more than a year away, but the attack ads have already started airing on television. Colorado is one of a handful of states where dueling ads have hit the airwaves.
An interesting strategy game is playing out in Denver’s mayoral race. Michael Hancock has released an ad promising he won’t go negative, even as Chris Romer goes on the attack.