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Dan NjegomirDan NjegomirFebruary 26, 201814min344
Tim Jackson isn’t just another trade association rep who does standup for his industry, puts in long hours at the State Capitol and hobnobs in political circles. Sure, he does all that and more as the longtime president of the low-key but highly influential Colorado Automobile Dealers Association. But as we were reminded in this […]

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Rachael WrightRachael WrightJune 15, 20178min302
Thirty Years Ago this Week in The Colorado Statesman … On election night, 1987, incumbent Mayor Federico Peña went on to capture 79,674 votes for 51 percent of the total vote compared to challenger Don Bain’s 49 percent. The highlight (or lowlight) of the evening, was Peña’s sweltering downtown headquarters where 1,000 people crammed into […]

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Colorado PoliticsColorado PoliticsOctober 18, 201615min365

DENVER — Yep ... It. Is. Back. Your morning flame — stronger than any espresso you can find out there, trust us, we've taste tested ... drum roll please ... Your beloved Hot Sheet. Heading down to the wire … With 21 days until the election, all evidence points to one of the — if not the — most divisive election in U.S. history. Beyond the heavy rhetoric and finger wagging, some homeowners are experiencing political sign vandalism and out and out threats.