Kaine's Wife Anne Holton Talks Education In Campaign VisitMore and more family members of the two leading candidates for president are make their pitch to Coloradans.
Colorado May Have No Say In Who Gets The Republican Presidential NominationAs a swing state, Colorado is used to feeling the love from presidential candidates. But this election, there's little incentive for Republican campaigns to court voters here.
Jeb Bush Visits Presidential Battleground ColoradoPotential Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is visiting swing state Colorado to have breakfast with military veterans and host a town hall about energy development.
Jefferson County School Protests Roil Swing State Politics
State GOP Chair Says Denver Would Be Great Host City For 2016 RNCRepublicans will submit a bid to make Denver the host city for the Republican National Convention in 2016.
Obama Declares Chimney Rock A National MonumentPresident Barack Obama has signed a proclamation creating a national monument at the dramatic rock formation in southwestern Colorado on a site that was home to the ancestors of modern Pueblo Indians 1,000 years ago.
Obama Arrives In Colorado, Prepares For Campaign Speech In BoulderPresident Barack Obama landed in Colorado on Air Force One Saturday night, and will be getting ready here for one of his last campaign speeches before the Democratic National Convention.
Gay Marriage Could Be Big Voting Issue In ColoradoSince 2008, equal rights for same-sex couples — either through civil unions or gay marriage — has flared in a few of the most contested presidential states. The fight in Colorado has proved especially bitter.
Santorum Helps Keep Colorado In Play In GOP RaceColorado’s Republican caucus will occur on February 7th. While Colorado shares that date with Minnesota, and six other states will precede Colorado’s vote, Rick Santorum’s finish in Iowa may help to ensure that the race isn’t over by the time it rolls to Colorado.
Colorado’s Independent Political TraditionI have always believed that we are lucky to live in Colorado, for many reasons. Beyond the great weather and beautiful outdoors, we are lucky to live in a state with such a rich tradition of interesting and dynamic political and civic issues, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti reports.