Seasoned political operative Maisha Fields, the daughter of state Sen. Rhonda Fields, has joined Democrat Levi Tillemann's congressional campaign as political director, the campaign announced Thursday.
DENVER — Giffords, the gun safety organization founded by former U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords, who was wounded in a shooting in Arizona seven years ago, on Wednesday endorsed Democrat Joe Neguse, a candidate in the 2nd Congressional District.
Colorado Springs businessman Barry Farah is jumping in the crowded Republican primary for governor Wednesday, barely three weeks before the GOP state assembly, saying he wants to “reform the state of Colorado’s government to have a more humble view of itself.”
DENVER — Coloradans will be feeling the outreach of the Voter Participation Center, urging them to register to vote, as the Washington, D.C, nonprofit aims to fire up and sign up millennials, people of color and unmarried women.
DENVER — Colorado's Democratic gubernatorial primary ballot got a step closer to crowded Monday as Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne turned in nominating petitions to the secretary of state's office, one day before the deadline. Her campaign delivered petitions with almost 25,000 signatures, a spokesman said — more than twice the number required to make the ballot.
DENVER — David Aarestad is pulling out of the Democratic race in Colorado's 6th Congressional District Tuesday and endorsing primary rival Jason Crow, saying the Army veteran has the best chance of unseating five-term U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, the Republican incumbent, Colorado Politics has learned.
Another Republican candidate has emerged in Adams County to seek the nomination for the House seat that became vacant when then-Rep. Steve Lebsock of Thornton was expelled from the House on March 2. There also are now two GOP candidates who will appear on the June 26 primary ballot, the result of voting at Saturday's Adams County GOP assembly.
Mark Williams, a former chair of the Boulder Democratic Party running in the 2nd Congressional District, submitted nominating petitions Friday to the Colorado secretary of state — likely setting up a June primary with former University of Colorado Regent Joe Neguse for the seat held by U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, a Democratic candidate for governor.