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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.
President Barack Obama’s declining popularity has inspired Republicans as they court potential Latino votes in Colorado, a swing state where joblessness disproportionately hurts the fastest-growing demographic.
President Barack Obama brought his jobs pitch to Colorado Tuesday, getting a warm but not boisterous reception in the city where he signed into law the sweeping stimulus law more than two years ago.
When President Barack Obama visits Abraham Lincoln High School on Tuesday, he’s pitching another economic stimulus in a state where he faces an uphill re-election battle next year.
President Barack Obama is heading to Denver to pitch his jobs plan in the city where he accepted the Democratic nomination. But as he’s acknowledged at fundraisers up and down the West Coast, this election isn’t like 2008.
Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus says he is building resources and relationships in Colorado as the race to defeat President Barack Obama heats up.
Representatives of both parties are visiting Colorado to raise money for the 2012 presidential race.