Republican Mitt Romney finally has the endorsement of Colorado’s state GOP leaders, now that his nomination for president is a mathematical certainty.
It was a big weekend for Colorado Democrats and Republicans as they gear up for the November elections.
Colorado Republicans say they’ve never seen interest so high. This weekend they’re holding their state assembly where more people than ever are vying to go to the national convention.
Colorado’s version of liberal super PACs spent nearly 150 times as much as their Republican counterparts in the last election cycle, state records show.
There’s been a big change in the way delegates are picked and conventions are run in recent decades. There was a time when power brokers in the Republican and Democratic parties played the kingmakers.
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.
Fewer Colorado Republicans participated in Tuesday’s presidential caucuses than four years ago.
Colorado Republican Party Chair Ryan Call says he believes any of the remaining GOP presidential candidates can pose a serious challenge to President Barack Obama.
Colorado is expected to be a highly competitive swing state during the general election in November and the state should expect more visits by the candidates.
Colorado Republicans moved their caucus to Feb. 7 in hopes of playing a bigger role in choosing their party’s nominee. Watch reaction to this move from CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd, Colorado GOP Party Chair and Colorado Democrat Party Chair.