Colorado Candidate's Pepper Spray Ad Named One Of 2018's 'Ugliest' Campaign AdsIf Election Day is the Super Bowl of American politics, then the campaign ads deserve at least as much celebration and scrutiny as halftime commercials do.
WATCH: Candidate Sprays Himself In The Face With Pepper Spray In Campaign AdA candidate running for Congress in Colorado sprayed himself in the face with pepper spray in a campaign ad promoting “non-lethal self-defense tools” for teachers.
New Beauprez Ad: An All Or Nothing GambleBob Beauprez's new ad is an all or nothing gamble as the campaign enters its final days. The question is, will the gamble pay off?
Cory Gardner Airs New Ads As Ballots ArriveRepublican Rep. Cory Gardner argued he would be more bipartisan than his opponent, Democratic Sen. Mark Udall, in a pair of ads released Wednesday as ballots began to land in mailboxes across Colorado.
October: When The Games Really Get FunEven though the election campaign has been going on for months, everything comes down to the month of October and how unaffiliated voters feel right now. Let the games begin!
Enjoy the Sounds of Silence, for They Will be FleetingThe short span between the primary and general election seasons should be savored this year because that span will be far shorter than any of us would prefer.
Mudslinging Not About To Go AwayThe election is nine weeks away, and we can expect to see even more campaign ads. There's a good chance many more will be negative ads. That made CBS4's Alan Gionet wonder "How negative is too negative?"