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Ernest LuningErnest LuningAugust 12, 20179min701

After cutting a provocative path though Colorado’s political scene for half a decade, conservative spinmeister Jonathan Lockwood pulled up stakes and decamped for a strange land with strange customs, a place unaccustomed to his rapid-fire, unrelenting attacks on liberals and his take-no-prisoners approach to making a point — a place called Oregon.


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningJuly 25, 20175min141

The Unity Party of Colorado decided at its first meeting as an official minor political party that it wants unaffiliated voters to have the chance to vote in its primaries — and the party's founder welcomes a primary challenger in his run for governor next year. The party also tripled the number of candidates running under its banner, party officials announced last week, albeit growing the field from one declared candidate to three.


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningJuly 17, 20178min71

Declaring that the 5th Congressional District needs someone who will "fight for what he knows is right" and not just vote the right way, Darryl Glenn, the GOP nominee for the U.S. Senate in Colorado last year, announced on Monday that he's running for the seat held by incumbent U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn, another Colorado Springs Republican.


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningJune 9, 20175min91

After logging more than 1,000 members earlier this week, the Unity Party officially became a minor party in Colorado, Secretary of State Wayne Williams announced, and its founder couldn’t be happier. “This is very exciting,” said Bill Hammons, who has appeared on the ballot four times on the ticket and is running for governor in next year’s election. He’s also the state and national chairman of the party.


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John TomasicJohn TomasicMarch 31, 20179min200

Colorado state legislators Lori Saine and Vicki Marble plan to introduce a resolution this session directed to Congress and calling for a states convention to amend the U.S. Constitution in order to reduce the power of the federal government. “They usually just put state resolutions through the paper shredder, you know?” said Marble on Thursday. “But they can’t do that with this resolution. They have to at least keep it in a file.”



Joey BunchJoey BunchFebruary 20, 20175min12
That’s Colorado State Treasurer Walker Stapleton’s voice coming out of your radio and talking to you on YouTube about a rally at the Capitol on March 9 at 11 a.m. The telegenic public servant is speaking up in a six-figure advertising campaign urging Coloradans to put term limits on members of Congress, paid for U.S. Term […]

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