Democrat Phil Weiser, a candidate for attorney general, raked in more contributions than any other state-level candidate in Colorado for the just-completed fundraising quarter — including candidates running in both parties’ primaries for governor — but one of his primary opponents said Tuesday it’s nothing to cheer about.
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Democratic congressional candidate Levi Tillemann on Tuesday condemned as “bigoted” and “clearly dogwhistle politics” a demand issued by Victor Mitchell, a Republican running for governor of Colorado, that one of his primary opponents — a member of a famous Mormon family that includes Mitt Romney — return all campaign contributions he’s received from Utah residents. But Mitchell […]
Republican gubernatorial candidate Victor Mitchell, who launched his candidacy by writing his campaign a check for $3 million in February, plans to report he still has $2.65 million in the bank after raising $13,098 in the most recent fundraising quarter, a campaign aide told Colorado Politics Thursday.
Dozens of leaders in Colorado’s wildlife conservation and gun-rights communities gathered to launch the Sportsmen and Gun Owners for Brauchler coalition in support of Republican gubernatorial candidate George Brauchler last Saturday in Douglas County.
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, an Aurora Republican, hauled in roughly $364,000 in the most recent fundraising quarter, his campaign said Thursday, outpacing the $300,000 his Democratic challenger Jason Crow plans to report in contributions in the battleground race for Colorado’s 6th Congressional District.
Jason Crow, a Democrat trying to unseat Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman in Colorado’s 6th Congressional District, will report raising $300,481 in the most recent fundraising period, Colorado Politics has learned.
Denver attorney Brad Levin, one of four Democrats running in next year’s Colorado attorney general primary, plans to report raising $116,000 in contributions in the two weeks between launching his campaign and the end of the just-completed fundraising quarter, Colorado Politics has learned.
Prosecutor Michael Dougherty, one of four Democratic candidates for Colorado attorney general in next year’s election, will report raising $51,845 for the just-completed fundraising quarter, his first in the race, according to his campaign.
Democratic attorney general candidate Phil Weiser raised roughly $355,000 in the fundraising quarter that closed last week, his campaign announced Wednesday, setting a record for donations under Colorado’s current campaign finance laws.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Victor Mitchell has amassed more than 10,000 fans of his candidate page on Facebook, the businessman and former state lawmaker said this week, achieving what his campaign maintains is a significant benchmark 18 months before the election.