Republican U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, considered one of the weakest fundraisers in Congress, had another three slow months of raising money for his re-election.
Can Tim Tebow’s blessing inspire Colorado lawmakers? One state representative thinks so.
The Colorado Supreme Court has upheld a lower court ruling siding with Democrats in a fight over congressional redistricting that could give them a chance of unseating Republican Mike Coffman.
The Colorado Supreme Court is hearing arguments Thursday in a Republican appeal challenging a judge’s ruling siding with Democratic-drawn congressional lines that would put Rep. Mike Coffman’s safe GOP district in play next year.
Colorado House Democrats selected Rep. Mark Ferrandino as their new leader after Rep. Sal Pace stepped down from the post.
Congressional candidate Rep. Sal Pace says is stepping down as the leader for Democrats in the Colorado House but will serve the remainder of his term in the Legislature.
U.S. Republican Rep. Scott Tipton doubled his re-election campaign fundraising haul this quarter after his Democratic challenger got off to a fast start in his effort to unseat him.
U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton says his sprawling district in south and western Colorado is a competitive seat that is unified by rural and agricultural and does not need to change drastically.
Republicans in the Colorado Legislature are asking Democratic leaders to oppose a ballot proposal to raise taxes by $3 billion over five years to help fund the state’s education system.
To hear John Salazar tell it, Congress is no place for a farmer.