Obama, RNC Deputy Director Make Final Appeals To Colorado VotersAfter the polls closed on the East Coast, President Barack Obama made the rounds with a series of satellite interviews with local TV reporters in several swing states.
Both Campaigns Feel Good About Colorado Going Into Election DayThe presidential campaign has been focused on Colorado voters with the state occupying one of swing state status. The campaigns of both men running for Commander in Chief are optimistic leading into election day.
Colorado Worth More Than Its 9 Electoral VotesBarack Obama and Mitt Romney hope to win more than Colorado's nine electoral votes Tuesday: Colorado is often cited as the demographic future of the country, and whichever party wins here can claim bragging rights to the political map for years to come.
Republican VP Candidate Ryan Rallies At Johnson's CornerRepublican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan made his final Colorado stop on Monday.
Romney Campaign Goes High Tech In ColoradoBoth campaigns say the election is now in the hands of supporters, not the candidates. It's the supporters working at the grassroots level getting out the vote that could determine the winner.
Republicans Want Touch-Screen Voting Machines RecalibratedRepublicans say touch-screen voting machines could malfunction and now the party has called on six states, including Colorado, to watch them.
Obama Rallies Big Crowd On CU's CampusWith the presidential campaign back on after a storm-related pause, both sides rushed to Colorado to court voters in the final hours of early voting in this crucial battleground.
Ryan Rallies Supporters In GreeleyRepublican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan is criticizing President Barack Obama's suggestion of creating a secretary of business.
Confident Oklahoma Republicans Volunteer In ColoradoRepublicans in Oklahoma are so confident Mitt Romney will win the Sooner State and capture its seven electoral votes that they are exporting volunteers to the nearest swing state — Colorado.
Bill Clinton Stumps For Obama In ColoradoFormer President Bill Clinton stumped for President Barack Obama at two stops in Colorado on Tuesday, as Hurricane Sandy prompted the president to cancel his own event planned.
Ex-FEMA Head, Colorado Native Michael Brown Offers Advice On SandyFormer Federal Emergency Management Agency head Michael Brown, who is a Colorado native, offered advice and criticism to President Obama about Hurricane Sandy in an interview with Westword.
Romney, Ryan, Obama All Schedule New Colorado Campaign StopsHurricane Sandy put a hold on some appearances by the presidential candidates in Campaign 2012, but both men will be back in swing-state Colorado for campaign events within the next four days.
Bill Clinton Headed To Denver To Campaign For ObamaFormer President Bill Clinton is campaigning for President Barack Obama in the Denver metro area on Tuesday.
Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson Visiting ColoradoLibertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson is making a campaign stop in Colorado.
Romney Closes The Gap In ColoradoA new poll shows the presidential race now tied up Colorado at 48 percent a piece.