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Marianne GoodlandMarianne GoodlandApril 20, 20186min570

If the "blue wave" that some predict is coming crashes ashore in Colorado, Democrats want to make sure their candidates don't miss out on a single legislative race. The state Democratic Party announced Friday it has placed candidates in every state House and Senate race. The party hasn't fielded candidates in every race in at least the last four elections and likely going back plenty of years before that.



Marianne GoodlandMarianne GoodlandMarch 25, 20188min264
A review of the lighter side, usually, of what happens at the state Capitol. Getting a little hard to find the humor of things these days… That said, off to the races.   Bet you’ve never seen something like this before…The picture below shows a center cut from a tree that played an important role […]

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Joey BunchJoey BunchMarch 18, 20184min587

State Sen. Kerry Donovan, D-Vail, is calling for Gov. John Hickenlooper's help on two projects dead to Democrats and internet users, especially in rural Colorado. Donovan's office shared a letter she the governor Thursday. She said that when Republicans members of the Federal Communications Commission repealed the Obama administration rule that all websites and traffic be treated equally, they tilted the playing field against most Coloradans.


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningMarch 6, 20185min654

Palisade Town Trustee Thea Chase announced Monday she's running as an unaffiliated candidate for the House District 54 seat represented by Mesa County Republican Yeulin Willett, who isn't seeking reelection. She'll have the backing of Unite Colorado, formerly known as the Centrist Project, an organization that's working to elect independent lawmakers.