Republican National Committee
Denver is waiting to find out whether it will make the next cut in the competition to host the 2016 Republican National Convention.
The Republican National Committee is pouring resources into Colorado, adding more than a dozen staffers as a new Senate candidate and sagging poll numbers for Democrats raise GOP hopes of ending the party’s decade-long drought.
Denver is one of eight cities hoping to host the 2016 Republican National Convention, and now the Republican National Committee has launched an interactive poll allowing people to vote for their favorite city.
Denver is one of eight cities hoping to host the 2016 Republican National Convention. Representatives from those cities were in Washington, D.C. Monday to make their sales pitches to the Republican National Committee.
Colorado’s two Democratic Senators on Friday urged Republicans to hold their next national convention in the Mile-High City.
Republicans are accusing Colorado U.S. Sen. Mark Udall of trying to put pressure on state health officials to change the number of people who had their health insurance policies cancelled because of the national health care overhaul.
The head of the Republican party is in Denver trying to improve his party’s showing among minority voters.
After the polls closed on the East Coast, President Barack Obama made the rounds with a series of satellite interviews with local TV reporters in several swing states.
Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan is criticizing President Barack Obama’s suggestion of creating a secretary of business.
Republican Mitt Romney finally has the endorsement of Colorado’s state GOP leaders, now that his nomination for president is a mathematical certainty.