The election is over and the analysis is under way for Republicans, especially in Colorado, where the GOP lost the presidential race and the state house.
The Colorado Republican Party is excited about the opportunity for the presidential debate, not only because it’s taking place in Denver but also because it will put Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in the spotlight.
Republican election officials who promised to root out voter fraud so far are finding little evidence of a widespread problem.
Colorado’s Republican leaders are reacting to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s choice for a running mate.
The demand for W. Mitt Romney to release his tax returns has become bipartisan. Conservative elected officials and pundits know that Romney is taking on so much water over his secrecy and questions of his honesty and that he has no other choice.
Down to the trademark “W”, W. Mitt Romney is literally the second coming of the George W. Bush: the economic strategy that led to the worst American economy since the Great Depression and the Bush legacy of secrecy in the face of questions from the American public.
An independent group backing Republican Mitt Romney is spending nearly $4 million on ads in nine battleground states.
A Democratic proposal to give preference to state contractors that use American-made materials has failed in a Republican committee.
Republicans headed to a fundraiser in Fort Collins could be met by protesters because of a controversial speaker on the bill.
New documents related to the January 25 DUI stop of Rep. Laura Bradford show she altered her story to police about how much she had been drinking, and a Denver cop said he kept quiet about what happened.