It was a big weekend for Colorado Democrats and Republicans as they gear up for the November elections.
Most of Colorado’s representatives in the U.S. House have backed renewing a payroll tax cut and jobless benefits.
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.
Elected leaders in Colorado are reacting to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address.
Familiar themes will dominate the 2012 legislative session — economic growth, school funding and taxes — but they’ll be complicated by an election year in which lawmakers are fighting to keep their seats and a few are running for Congress.
Next year’s U.S. Capitol Christmas tree will come from northwestern Colorado.
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.
Congressman Scott Tipton says the U.S. Forest Service forced Powderhorn Mountain Resort to surrender water rights so the ski area could open in two weeks.
Colorado Republicans said Wednesday they’ll challenge a judge’s ruling on proposed congressional lines that give Democrats a chance to unseat two GOP incumbents, including one in a district always held by the party.
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.