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Ernest LuningErnest LuningApril 8, 20185min502

STEP BY STEP ... When Democratic gubernatorial candidate Donna Lynne, Colorado's lieutenant governor and chief operating officer, announced plans to walk the entire 26-mile length of Colfax Avenue on April 8, the stratagem echoed a pair of signature campaign exploits that propelled a couple of Colorado’s most successful politicians in decades past, as well as some statewide journeys that didn't lead to laurels. 


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningJanuary 8, 201812min1273

When Noel Ginsburg was 5 years old, he began spending time working the manufacturing line at his father’s pickle business in Arvada and says he fell in love with it. By the time he was in college at the University of Denver in the late 1970s, his father had sold the business he’d thought might be his some day so Ginsburg set about coming up with something else to do.


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningNovember 17, 201712min2585

Cary Kennedy loves this place. Over there is a field where she played high school sports, and there’s the cross-country course her daughter runs. She grew up nearby, attending Manual High School. Off in the distance, catching the sun, that’s the gold dome of the state Capitol, where she spent four years as state treasurer, and before that worked as policy director for the House Democrats.



Rachael WrightRachael WrightJune 15, 20178min272
Thirty Years Ago this Week in The Colorado Statesman … On election night, 1987, incumbent Mayor Federico Peña went on to capture 79,674 votes for 51 percent of the total vote compared to challenger Don Bain’s 49 percent. The highlight (or lowlight) of the evening, was Peña’s sweltering downtown headquarters where 1,000 people crammed into […]

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