Marijuana legalization debates in Colorado are picking up as the state moves closer to a vote on making the drug legal for recreational use.
Coloradans are reacting to what some are calling an extreme policy change when it comes to illegal immigrants in the U.S. Some say it’s a ploy to get vote, others say the Hispanic vote isn’t one to be ignored this election.
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.
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum has picked up an endorsement from former Colorado congressman Tom Tancredo.
With his campaign stop in Aurora on Thursday, President Barack Obama is courting a voting bloc that is key to determining who wins the presidential contest in the swing state of Colorado.
Officials at a high school in Jefferson County are disputing a student’s claim that he was suspended for wearing a T-shirt that said Border Patrol.
Democrat Joe Miklosi of Denver says he’s made up his mind and will challenge Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman in the Denver suburbs next year.
Former gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes says he is writing a book to set the record straight on the 2010 Colorado’s governor’s race.
The Chris Romer campaign, and apparently a variety of unaffiliated 527 groups, have attempted to tie Tancredo’s views on immigration to Michael Hancock, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
The Denver mayoral race has seen many endorsements from high-profile politicians, but none has created a stir like the one announced this week.