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Republican gubernatorial candidate Victor Mitchell is distributing a newspaper about his campaign this week, part of what a campaign spokesman describes as a multi-pronged approach to getting the Castle Rock entrepreneur and former state lawmaker in front of Colorado voters.
Prosecutor George Brauchler, a Republican candidate for governor of Colorado, on Wednesday announced more than a dozen members of his campaign’s finance committee. The list includes several prominent GOP donors who have contributed in past cycles to one of Brauchler’s likely primary opponents.
Will voters care if Democratic congressional candidate Jason Crow represented some unsavory characters early in his career as an attorney? It’s a serious vulnerability, says one of his primary opponents, and a veteran Republican strategist who won two statewide races in Colorado thanks to similar attacks on another Democrat agrees. Crow’s campaign team, however, says […]
EMILY’s List, a national group that recruits and helps fund Democratic women candidates, put two Colorado Republicans “On Notice” Thursday, naming U.S. Reps. Mike Coffman and Scott Tipton to its list of top GOP targets in next year’s election.
Former Colorado Republican Party Chairman Steve House said Wednesday that donors should stop contributing to the campaign committee dedicated to electing Senate Republicans until GOP lawmakers get it together to fix the nation’s health care system.
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.
Three candidates for Colorado state treasurer — two Republicans and a Democrat — reported their campaign fundraising totals this week. While none of them broke the bank, they all said they’re happy with what they managed to raise in what was the initial reporting period for all three.
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 […]