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  • Democrats headed for a ‘free-for-all’ in next guv’s race?
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    Democrats headed for a ‘free-for-all’ in next guv’s race?

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    The Democratic Party stands at a crossroads, with party leaders nationwide and in Colorado searching for a path forward after Republican President-elect Donald Trump’s stunning victory Nov. 8 over Hillary Clinton. Bernie Sanders, the Vermont senator who galvanized supporters with his message of a “political revolution” despite Clinton taking the party’s presidential nomination in a […]

  • West Slope’s Brown, out of the legislature, might jump in guv’s race
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    West Slope’s Brown, out of the legislature, might jump in guv’s race

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    Outgoing Republican state Rep. J. Paul Brown of Ignacio is considering a run for governor, and he believes former U.S. Senate candidate Darryl Glenn would make an excellent running mate, ColoradoPolitics.com has learned. Brown—who lost his re-election bid earlier this month to Democrat Barbara McLachlan in the state’s most targeted House race—told ColoradoPolitics.com that he […]

  • Morgan Carroll aims to be next state Democratic Party chair
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    Morgan Carroll aims to be next state Democratic Party chair

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    Democratic lawmaker and playmaker Morgan Carroll wants to succeed Colorado state party Chair Rick Palacio when he steps down in the spring. Carroll, a term-limited state senator from Aurora who unsuccessfully challenged incumbent Republican Mike Coffman in this year’s 6th Congressional District race, announced Wednesday morning that she would seek the party post when Palacio’s term ends. Palacio announced […]

  • With Hillary out of the way, is Hick looking more presidential?
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    With Hillary out of the way, is Hick looking more presidential?

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    With the 2016 election hardly in the rearview mirror, national media already are set on the 2020 presidential election, naming Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper as a potential candidate for Democrats. In a piece posted on Nov. 27, Washington Post political correspondent Chris Cillizza points out that the landscape changed for Democrats following Republican Donald Trump’s upset […]

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