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Dan NjegomirDan NjegomirFebruary 19, 201815min1270
Jimmy Sengenberger was that way-older-than-his-years, way-ahead-of-the-pack kind of kid you sort of admired and sort of envied — and, admit it, sort of resented — back in middle school. He began listening to Rush on the radio at 12 and was attending Arapahoe County Republican Men’s Club breakfasts by 13. He was putting together high […]

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Rachael WrightRachael WrightApril 27, 201712min351

Twenty Years Ago This Week in the Colorado Statesman … In a continuation of the battle for welfare reform, Gov. Roy Romer outlined his reason for vetoing House Bill 97-1166. “I am vetoing this bill because of one provision. That provision creates an irrational two-tiered system of welfare cash assistance benefits for our fellow citizens in Colorado who fall on hard times and need some short-term help to get back on their feet. That provision would allow for so-called ‘pilot-projects’ that would permit counties to be exempted from providing a minimum cash benefit to families.”


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Michael McGradyMichael McGradyAugust 15, 201621min372

In an unorthodox election year, conservative Republicans had something to get pumped up about this last weekend in Denver. While some pollsters claim Colorado has lost its political classification as a battleground state this election cycle, RedState.com, an unabashedly conservative blog, chose Colorado’s biggest city to rally — and in some cases even console — conservatives. RedState hosted its annual “Gathering” event in Denver Aug. 12-14, drawing a convergence of conservative Republicans from across Colorado and the country on the downtown Grand Hyatt Hotel. The eighth annual event was a star-studded conservative spectacle focused around an intensive series of lectures on activism, economics, and policy, but not without a heaping-helping of 2016 Republican restlessness.



Jared WrightJared WrightAugust 5, 201652min334

DENVER — Good morning and Happy Friday. While Hillary Clinton cut ad buys in Colorado in the midst of a huge boost in the state's polls, Donald Trump isn't done with the state, at least not yet. But he may be soon, depending on what happens in the next couple of weeks, according to sources. He will return to the Centennial State for campaign events in Pueblo and Grand Junction Tuesday, as the Statesman's Ernest Luning broke the news. Read on for more in Colorado politics including the recent Mike Coffman "controversy," as the Democratic Party continues to strategically attempt to lash him and U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton — the two Republicans with the most on the line this election cycle — to Trump's campaign. Have a great weekend on the campaign trail whether you're the trailblazer or sitting back in the voters' wagon train.