Colorado gubernatorial candidate George Brauchler raised more money than any of his Republican primary rivals in the just-completed fundraising quarter, but every Democratic candidate pulled in at least twice as much as Brauchler — and Republican Walker Stapleton nearly equalled Brauchler's quarterly fundraising in just a couple of weeks, according to reports filed Monday.
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, a Colorado Democrat, said Friday he feels sorry for Republican lawmakers faced with daily surprises from President Donald Trump. The Colorado Democrat also said he's worried Trump is planning to exit the nuclear agreement with Iran amid mounting tensions with a nuclear-armed North Korea.
Democratic lawmakers were furious Friday after state Rep. Dave Williams, a Colorado Springs Republican, alleged some Democrats were planning to "take a knee" at the start of next week's special legislative session in solidarity with NFL players, charging that Williams invented the accusation out of whole cloth.
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, an Aurora Republican, applauded President Trump Thursday for working with congressional Democrats toward a compromise to preserve protections for hundreds of thousands of young immigrants living illegally in America.
A coalition of civil rights groups and left-leaning organizations on Friday demanded an apology from the Colorado Republican Party for "viciously attacking" the Southern Poverty Law Center on Twitter, but the state GOP's chairman called the request ridiculous and doubled down on the party's criticism of the watchdog group.
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, a Colorado Democrat, called President Trump's decision to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program "the height of cruelty" and called on Congress to come up with a plan to replace it.
Randy Bryce, the Wisconsin Democrat running against House Speaker Paul Ryan, is scheduled to deliver the keynote address at the Denver Democrats' annual Edward M. Kennedy fundraising dinner in October, the party announced this week.
Republicans and Democrats split sharply along party lines in response to President Donald Trump’s pardon Friday night of Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, who had been convicted of defying a court order to focusing on Latinos in patrols .
Gov. John Hickenlooper appeared to dampen speculation he was considering joining an independent presidential ticket with Ohio Gov. John Kasich, calling it "funny that people expect a political marriage" when two politicians reach across the aisle to work together.