Social media is more important than ever and Republicans are using a lot of it to get their message out now that TV networks have scaled back their coverage of the Republican National Convention.
Colorado’s GOP delegation is an example of how the party says it’s changing. CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd has been following the delegation in Tampa during the Republican National Convention.
Former Gov. Mitt Romney continued his campaign push in Colorado remotely on Thursday, granting satellite interviews with four local reporters, including CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd.
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.
The Romney campaign is using President Obama’s own words against him in a new attack ad. The commercial claims the president is “out of touch” on the economy.
Based on the polls going into the caucus, Santorum’s showing in Colorado was quite a surprise. It was definitely a disappointing night for Romney, but not quite disastrous.
President Obama will deliver his State of the Union speech Tuesday night. While one U.S. senator from Colorado is calling for the two parties to sit together, one of the state’s congressmen says he won’t even show up.
Gov. John Hickenlooper gives his State of the State address on Thursday and he sat down Wednesday with CBS4 Political Specialist to talk about priorities.
They say their plan will create jobs in Colorado. Both Democrat and Republican state lawmakers have floated legislation they hope will boost Colorado’s economy.
As the federal debt soars to $15 trillion, a Colorado senator is fighting for a constitutional amendment that would require Congress balance the budget every year.