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 — 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.
DENVER — In the same committee hearing Monday afternoon, Senate Republicans rejected a ban on bump stocks — devices that give legal rifles the ability to fire more bullets like an illegal one — and advanced a bill to repeal the 15-round limit on ammunition magazines passed by Democrats in 2013.
DENVER — Senate Republicans Monday morning took just about everyone to task over inappropriate remarks in the House and Senate, beginning in their own chamber. The House wasn't exempt from their criticisms, either, after a Democratic member of that chamber last Friday threatened to call for the expulsion of another member over a disagreement in a committee hearing.
On Monday the most anticipated revenue forecast of the year will be presented to the Joint Budget Committee (JBC) and other lawmakers — one that could determine just how much of a surplus is available for Colorado's 2018-19 budget and beyond.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is getting into Colorado politics in a big way. He is expected to make a $1 million donation to an independent expenditure campaign supporting Democrat Mike Johnston.
Republican and conservative voters — including President Donald Trump's base supporters — overwhelmingly approve of providing a path to citizenship for so-called Dreamers in exchange for increased border security, according to a national poll released this week that drew praise from Colorado business groups.
The Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC) Wednesday gave Xcel Energy the green light to develop a plan to close two coal-fired power plants and replace them with renewable or low-cost alternatives.