Colorado officials and organizations reacted with shock, sadness and prayers to the shooting early Wednesday at a baseball field in Alexandria, Virginia, where Republican members of Congress were practicing.
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Freshly minted gubernatorial candidate Jared Polis, a Democratic congressman from Boulder, visited an employee-owned grocery store in Colorado Springs on Monday for one of several Front Range stops meant to highlight key campaign themes.
U.S. Rep. Jared Polis plans to announce Sunday he’s running for governor of Colorado in next year’s election, shaking up an already crowded Democratic primary field. Colorado Politics has learned Polis plans launch his campaign Monday with stops up and down the Front Range.
A national Democratic fundraising group that backs women running for office endorsed Colorado gubernatorial candidate Cary Kennedy on Wednesday. “Colorado has a long history of strong women’s leadership, but has never before elected a woman as governor,” said EMILY’s List President Stephanie Schriock in a statement. “Cary will not only break through that glass ceiling […]
George Brauchler, the Republican district attorney for the 18th Judicial District, said Friday night he believes Gov. John Hickenlooper broke the law when he granted a pardon to Rene Lima-Marin, a 38-year-old Aurora man who faces deportation to his native Cuba after a judge freed him earlier this week from a Colorado prison.
Colorado’s leading gubernatorial candidates mostly reacted along party lines Friday to word that Gov. John Hickenlooper, a Democrat, had pardoned Rene Lima-Marin in hopes of heading off plans by immigration officials to deport the Aurora man to Cuba.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Victor Mitchell has amassed more than 10,000 fans of his candidate page on Facebook, the businessman and former state lawmaker said this week, achieving what his campaign maintains is a significant benchmark 18 months before the election.
Reaction among Colorado gubernatorial candidates to President Trump’s termination of FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday split along partisan lines, with Democrats expressing outrage and calling for an independent investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, while Republicans either declined to weigh in or said it was time to look ahead.
A politician accusing another politician of being political is about as original as a DA brandishing his tough-on-crime street cred in a bid for higher office. Yet, put it all together this early in Colorado’s 2018 gubernatorial race, and you still have something noteworthy, maybe even newsworthy. At least, for political junkies. In a post this week on ColoradoPols, […]
Noel Ginsburg, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor in next year’s election, launched a series of campaign events taking place across Colorado with a rally in Pueblo on Friday and a scheduled rally on Saturday in Denver at the manufacturing firm he founded nearly four decades ago.