Jared WrightJared WrightAugust 4, 201659min405

DENVER — Another dawn, a new Hot Sheet prepared just for you. If you're reading this, you made it through to a new day, presumably healthy and happy. If, however, you are reading this from a hospital bed (God forbid) following yesterday's whirlwind of presidential ticket candidates through our humble little metro area, may these words have a profound healing effect on you (how they will, I have no idea given that it's more likely they put you there in the first place, but hang in there). As RNC Chairman Reince Priebus spent yesterday — part of it right here in Colorado — making unpleasant phone calls, preparing "Presidential Candidate Plan B," and issuing statements on the $400 million in various currencies of cold hard cash on wooden pallets the United States government reportedly sent to Iran as part of a failed 1979 arms deal settlement, Coloradans got an up-close and personal look at two campaigns for president with visits by Republican VP nominee Mike Pence to Colorado Springs and Denver, and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to Aspen and Commerce City. Yeah, you heard about that did you? Understandable. Every Colorado reporter and their fifth cousins three times removed were on hand at the Clinton and Pence events (minus a couple of private fundraisers) heaping that information onto your plate trying to feed that intense political appetite of yours. Can you say, "Echo, echo, chamber, chamber!" But we get it. We in the media know you're hungry.


Ernest LuningErnest LuningJanuary 26, 20163min255
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, an Aurora Republican, came out slightly ahead of his challenger, state Sen. Morgan Carroll, D-Aurora, in fourth quarter fundraising but has more than twice as much cash in the bank, according to documents the two 6th Congressional District campaigns will file with the FEC. Coffman raised $313,219 for the quarter and […]

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