Marijuana Backers Courting ConservativesIt's not all hippies backing November's marijuana legalization votes in Colorado, Oregon and Washington.
Bennet, Udall To Help Obama Campaign Slam Romney Budget PlansPresident Barack Obama's campaign is trying to pencil in the details of Mitt Romney's budget cuts.
Poll: Romney Edges Obama In ColoradoOn the heels of last week's presidential debate, Mitt Romney has emerged with a one-point edge over President Obama in Colorado, according to a new Quinnipiac University/CBS News/New York Times poll.
Secretary Of State Website Overwhelmed By People Registering To VoteColoradans want to make sure their voices are heard and so many people registered to vote on Tuesday the Secretary of State's computer system was overwhelmed.
GOP Headquarters In Aspen Egged For Third TimeAspen police are investigating after the Republican Party headquarters was egged for the third time.
Presidential Campaign Returning To ColoradoFirst lady Michelle Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are bringing the presidential campaign back to Colorado.
Post-Debate Poll Shows Tightening Race In ColoradoBoosted by a strong performance in the first presidential debate in Denver, Republican Mitt Romney edged closer to President Barack Obama in a Colorado poll released Sunday.
Restaurant Gets Death Threats After Saying No To RomneyA Denver restaurateur who turned down a campaign visit from Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney says he's now getting death threats.
Obama Criticizes Romney In Post-Debate Rally In DenverA day after his first debate with GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Denver, President Barack Obama is rallying supporters in Denver.
Romney Delivers Surprise Speech In Denver Before Leaving StateRepublican presidential nominee Mitt Romney made a surprise appearance in Denver on Thursday morning, stopping by a Colorado conservative Political Action Committee meeting.
DU Students Were Excited To Watch Debate With PeersThousands of University of Denver students got a chance to be a part of history at the presidential debate on Wednesday night.
Undecided Voter Panel Comes Away From Debate With New OpinionsWednesday night's presidential debate in Denver was largely aimed at all those undecided voters who are left.
After Debate, Obama Stays In Denver For RallyPresident Barack Obama is staying in Denver a little longer than his Republican opponent. He's set to speak at a rally at Sloan's Lake Thursday morning.
Obama, Romney Clash On Economy In First Debate In a showdown at close quarters, President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney sparred aggressively in their first campaign debate Wednesday night over taxes, deficits and strong steps needed to create jobs in a sputtering national economy. "The status quo is not going to cut it," declared the challenger.
Beauprez Surprised By President's 'Befuddlement'Former Congressman Bob Beauprez came out of the presidential debate at the University of Denver surprised by what he saw as a lack of focus and preparation by the president.