Colorado Democrats were hammered in last year’s elections while Republicans had their best year in a decade. Yet it’s the GOP that’s ousting its state party leader and the Democrats keeping theirs.
Republicans and tea party members thrashed President Barack Obama and Democrats over the red-meat topics of immigration, school choice and fracking at a conservative conference this weekend.
State Democratic leaders gathered at the Colorado Convention Center Saturday to discuss their plans for this fall’s elections.
Billionaire brothers behind nationwide attacks on Democrats are turning their attention to Colorado, where incumbent Sen. Mark Udall is seen as vulnerable.
Former state Senate Majority Leader Ken Gordon has died.
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s vice presidential choice Rep. Paul Ryan is coming to Colorado for a fundraiser and a rally.
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.
Republicans and Democrats agree that something needs to be done about job growth but disagree on how that will be accomplished. Both weigh in on the latest political ads making waves on TV.
One day after CBS News aired a report about Colorado Rep. Cory Gardner co-hosting a high-priced fundraiser, Gardner gave the Republican response to the president’s weekly address.
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that some political attack ads in state races are not subject to contribution limits if they don’t urge voters to elect or defeat a particular candidate.