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Colorado Republican Doug Robinson looks ahead in gubernatorial run: ‘We’re not going to drift to a better place’

"Colorado’s doing well, but we’re not really thinking about the future," says Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Robinson. "We don’t have a business plan — what are the jobs and the opportunities?" Robinson discussed his campaign with Colorado Politics on Aug. 8, 2017, in Denver. (Photo by Ernest Luning/Colorado Politics)
Doug Robinson compares winning the Republican nomination for governor of Colorado to getting hired after a really long job interview, and he believes his background and experience will give him the edge. One of seven declared GOP candidates for next year’s election — with at least three heavyweights waiting in the wings — Robinson speaks […]

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#Retweet: The best tweets of the week in Colorado politics

Some call us the #dynamicduo. Yesterday asset forfeiture reform became law. Today we work on implementation. #dontsleep #oddcouple #coleg pic.twitter.com/NPHX4rdTcO — Leslie Herod (@leslieherod) August 11, 2017 What do we want? Town halls!!! When do we want them? Outside business hours, inside Denver, with ample parking, only!!! #sigh #copolitics https://t.co/Isy2ST79vU — Kelly Maher (@okmaher) August […]

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Taste of Ethiopia festival in Denver is about food, culture with politics on the side

Good food and community spirit can’t help but attract politics, and that will be the case Saturday in East Denver at the fifth annual Taste of Ethiopia Festival at Parkfield Lake Park. The event that draws heavily from metro Denver’s immigrant community — as well as international food and entertainment fans — has also become […]

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Insights: What I learned about the Colorado governor’s race on stage at #WCS17

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I got to know four of our Republican gubernatorial candidates in front of a few thousand of their friends at the Western Conservative Summit in Denver recently. The Centennial Institute, which puts on what amounts to spring break for conservatives outside the D.C. Beltway, asked me to chat up Victor Mitchell, Steve Barlock, Doug Robinson and […]

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Staff picks: The top 5 stories in Colorado Politics this week (July 30, 2017)

The week in Colorado Politics included a lot of stories from Washington, D.C., and Denver that will impact across the state. The political jockeying for next year’s elections continue, while health care, military service and the Motor City Madman found their ways into the headlines. Here are the stories from Colorado Politics that our staff […]

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#CatScratchBrauchler: Ted Nugent throws support behind George Brauchler

Conservative aging rocker rabble-rouser Ted Nugent has “cat scratch Brauchler” after supporting the Republican gubernatorial candidate on social media late Monday afternoon. The ardent Second Amendment supporter pointed to Brauchler’s recent win during the Conservative Western Summit’s straw poll over the weekend, in which the district attorney won with 39 percent of the vote. “I […]

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