Colorado is becoming a major player in next year’s presidential election, as least as far as Republicans are concerned. This weekend, there are six GOP presidential contenders in Denver for the Western Conservative Summit.
Allegations that several Republican Party members tried to blackmail the chairman of the state GOP into resigning are expected to be discussed during a meeting of Colorado Republican leadership.
Potential Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is visiting swing state Colorado to have breakfast with military veterans and host a town hall about energy development.
The short lived and ineffective rebellion of 25 conservative Republican Congressmen during the re-election of Speaker of the House John Boehner made headlines but not much else difference in the big scheme of things.
U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner, locked in a tight challenge to Democratic Senator Mark Udall, gave the Republican Party’s national radio address Saturday, slamming President Obama and Senate Democrats.
While the big compromise announced this week may keep fracking off of the 2014 ballot, it may have only intensified the fight in the next round.
Bob Beauprez is the Republican party’s choice to run for governor against Democratic incumbent John Hickenlooper.
Coloradans made choices in three congressional primaries, a gubernatorial contest and a fracking moratorium in Tuesday’s primaries.
Republican Party officials are wrapping up their visit to Denver as they scout out possible locations for their 2016 convention.
With the addition of 14 new staffers and 12 new offices opening across Colorado, the Republican National Committee is showing they are committed to winning, even if it takes a Democratic strategy to do it.