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Trail Mix: The road to Colorado’s 2018 election, Feb. 25 edition

Author: Ernest Luning - February 25, 2018 - Updated: February 25, 2018

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AND TYLER MAKES FOUR ... The number of candidates for Congress in Colorado — already at record-high levels — keeps growing. As Colorado Politics' Joey Bunch reports, Tyler Stevens, the former mayor of Green Mountain Falls and a current member of the town's board of trustees, tentatively threw his hat in the 5th Congressional District Republican primary ring this week, making it four GOP challengers trying to take out six-term U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn.

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Ernest Luning

Ernest Luning

Ernest Luning is a political correspondent for Colorado Politics. He has covered politics and government for newspapers and online news sites in Colorado for more than 25 years, including at the Highlands Ranch Herald, the Jefferson Sentinels chain of community newspapers and the Aurora Sentinel, where he was the city hall and cops reporter. After editing the Aurora Daily Sun, he was a political reporter and blogger for The Colorado Independent site. For nearly a decade, he was a senior political reporter and occasional editor at The Colorado Statesman before the 119-year-old publication merged with Colorado Politics in 2017.