Seven Republicans are vying for the right to challenge Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper this fall, including two former congressmen and the secretary of state.
With Tom Tancredo not needing any delegates at this weekend’s GOP State Assembly to make the ballot, the field is much more open and could change the face of the 2014 election.
Will leaders from both parties making Colorado Independent Ethics Commission headlines push for a more critical look of Amendment 41 and how we look at Ethics Complaints?
Colorado’s ethics panel will deliberate in public later this month about a complaint that the governor improperly accepted funds from a partisan group that has supported him in elections.
Rep. Cory Gardner was able to clear the field with one announcement, but when Bob Beauprez made his announcement this week, he only added to an already huge pack running in the GOP Gubernatorial primary, and so far, has cleared no one from the race, CBSDenver.com Dominic Dezzutti writes.
Former Rep. Bob Beauprez filed paperwork to run for governor Monday, entering a crowded field of Republicans vying to challenge Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper in November.
The Colorado governor’s race kicked off in earnest Tuesday, when four of six Republican candidates planned to meet in a first formal debate for the right to challenge Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper.
Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper holds a comfortable lead over his potential Republican challengers, and 52 percent of Colorado voters approve of his job performance, according to a poll released Wednesday.
Scott Gessler’s decision to join Tom Tancredo in avoiding GOP primary gubernatorial debates may end up costing him far more in opportunity cost than he realizes.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has more than $1 million available as he begins his re-election campaign.