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David O. WilliamsDavid O. WilliamsFebruary 14, 20187min673
EDWARDS — Longtime Granby newspaper editor and publisher turned author Patrick Brower argues former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon helped propel Donald Trump to the presidency by stoking the growing flames of anti-government anger in ways that are dangerous for democracy and potentially deadly for innocent citizens caught in the crossfire. Brower should know. […]

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Joey BunchJoey BunchJanuary 7, 20184min404
Chris Doss, the campaign operative who helped take down U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in Virginia in 2014, is putting his brand on Tom Tancredo, or maybe it’s the other way around. Doss will be in Colorado next weekend talking to volunteers and helping Tancredo beef up his run for governor, according to an […]

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Ernest LuningErnest LuningJanuary 2, 20184min1272

Seizing upon an ongoing dispute between state Republicans over whether gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo can attend a forum sponsored by the Colorado Hispanic Republicans, a spokesman for the Colorado Democratic Party gleefully tweaked the opposition Tuesday. State GOP officials, for their part, shrugged off the jab from across the aisle, with one calling it a "lame attempt" to drive apart Republicans.


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Kelly SloanKelly SloanDecember 19, 20176min427

Roy Moore lost his bid for U.S. Senate in Alabama last week, and Democrats around the nation celebrated – rightly so, inasmuch as the victory in deepest-of-deep-red Alabama chiseled the GOP Senate majority to a bare 51-49. In their exuberance, many Democrats and liberals hailed the election as a bellwether for the mid-term elections, a catalyst setting off a chain of victories in a Democratic sweep in 2018.


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningNovember 7, 20177min1615

Douglas County Republican Roger Edwards plans to announce Wednesday that he’s challenging U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman in next year’s GOP primary, charging the five-term incumbent with paying lip service to conservative priorities and using “identity politics” to divide residents of the battleground 6th Congressional District, he told Colorado Politics.