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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Colorado State Sen. Andy Kerr, a Democrat hoping to replace U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter in Colorado’s 7th Congressional District, will report raising more than $104,000 in his first fundraising period, Colorado Politics has learned. The campaign says fundraising was driven by grassroots and in-state donations, with 536 donors. More than 85 percent came from within […]
Colorado State Sen. Dominick Moreno, a Democrat hoping to replace U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter in Colorado’s 7th Congressional District, will report raising nearly $85,000 in his first fundraising period, Colorado Politics has learned. Moreno, who announced his campaign at the end of May and had just five weeks left in the fundraising quarter, received financial […]
An emotional Ed Perlmutter said Tuesday that he does not have “enough fire in the belly” to juggle both a gubernatorial campaign and to serve in Congress. The high-profile Democrat bowed out of the governor’s race at a news conference in Golden that at times felt more like a funeral, as supporters hugged each other […]
State Rep. Leslie Herod of Denver and state Sen. Dominick Moreno of Commerce City, both Democrats, started a three-week executive leadership program for LGBTQ officials on Monday at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
State Rep. Brittany Pettersen, a Democratic candidate for Congress, and Ian Silverii, executive director of ProgressNow Colorado, both of Lakewood, were married on Saturday, July 1, in a ceremony in the carriage house and garden at the Governor’s Residence at Boettcher Mansion in Denver in front of hundreds of friends and family members. The bride […]
A national group that backs Democratic women candidates endorsed state Rep. Brittany Pettersen in Colorado’s 7th Congressional District race on Thursday.
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman and his wife, Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman, are divorcing, Colorado Politics learned Monday.
Gunfire in Washington, Russian hacking chat in the elections office and a mental hospital in “jeopardy.” The week in Colorado Politics was one for the history books. These are the stories our staff thinks you should take a second look at. 5. Let’s get this party started Colorado’s newest minor party came into its […]