U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter announced Monday morning he’s back in the race for his old seat in Congress from the 7th Congressional District. The Democrat from Arvada said in April he would run for governor but in June he said had lost the competitive fire and dropped out of that race. The Colorado Pols website […]
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Republican gubernatorial candidate Victor Mitchell is distributing a newspaper about his campaign this week, part of what a campaign spokesman describes as a multi-pronged approach to getting the Castle Rock entrepreneur and former state lawmaker in front of Colorado voters.
Prosecutor George Brauchler, a Republican candidate for governor of Colorado, on Wednesday announced more than a dozen members of his campaign’s finance committee. The list includes several prominent GOP donors who have contributed in past cycles to one of Brauchler’s likely primary opponents.
Calling him “one of the most creative and thoughtful leaders on education” nationwide, former U.S. Sen. Gary Hart on Wednesday endorsed Democrat Mike Johnston to be Colorado’s next governor. “Ahead of almost all those in his emerging generation of leaders, Mike has understood the linkage between high quality public education, and continuing education, and employment […]
Denver Democrats Wellington and Wilma Webb formally endorsed former state Sen. Mike Johnston for governor on Thursday, his campaign announced.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said Tuesday he isn’t ruling anything out, but the Democrat downplayed rumors he might join Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a Republican, on a presidential ticket. Hickenlooper responded with a laugh when Ben Sherman and Anna Palmer, co-authors of Politico Playbook, asked him about the possibility at a Playbook Exchange discussion at […]
Republican gubernatorial candiate Victor Mitchell says he’s often called the “nice Donald Trump” in a video interview posted online Monday but also says he’ll decline to campaign with Trump in Colorado if he wins the GOP nomination next year.
The Unity Party of Colorado decided at its first meeting as an official minor political party that it wants unaffiliated voters to have the chance to vote in its primaries — and the party’s founder welcomes a primary challenger in his run for governor next year. The party also tripled the number of candidates running […]