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Marianne GoodlandNovember 6, 201714min367

Unless there’s a final, major GOP rush to the ballot box, both ballot return numbers and fundraising indicate the three incumbents running for the Jefferson County school board are likely to be re-elected next Tuesday. And in the Denver Public Schools, fundraising by the 10 candidates has exceeded $641,000, with spending just shy of a half-million dollars.


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Marianne GoodlandOctober 18, 201711min663
The first fundraising numbers from school board candidates are in, and there are some lopsided races, at least in terms of the money, in two hotly-watched school board races. JEFFERSON COUNTY In Jeffco, school board candidate fundraising appears to be a tale of the haves and have nots.  Two of the three incumbents on the school […]

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Jared WrightJared WrightAugust 11, 201639min830

DENVER — Today is the 150th day anniversary of The Hot Sheet! Pretty cool, huh? Thanks for being a loyal reader. In Colorado politics, who among us thought we would be writing so much about an elevator in a Colorado Springs hotel? Seriously? And, Mike Coffman continues to distance himself from Donald Trump, riding a careful strategy that is no doubt attached directly to polling data (smart, but too crafty by half for Democratic strategists not to take note and make issue - also smart). Democrats continue to take full advantage of an unprecedented GOP "toxic" coat tails situation by playing an ongoing game of connect the dots between the national political stage and the state one. The Colorado GOP, however, is not exactly inexperienced in maneuvering through this particular minefield. Lest we not forget, it was not all that long ago they had Dan Maes to deal with ... and Tom Tancredo ... well, they still have Tancredo. Read on for much, much more ...