Articles By John Frank

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Cory Gardner touts public lands but won’t say if he supports Trump’s pick to oversee them

Gardner’s avoidance of the question signals the political pressure he’s facing

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Cory Gardner starts the U.S. Senate contest in negative territory. And the reason why is simple.

The Republican incumbent’s approval rating hit its high mark in 2017 and fell ahead of the race against Democrat John Hickenlooper, a new analysis shows

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Colorado progressives begrudgingly turn toward John Hickenlooper after U.S. Senate primary victory

The question of whether the Democratic Party can unite supporters of Andrew Romanoff is particularly key given the states of the races against Cory Gardner

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John Hickenlooper claims decisive win despite stumbles in Democratic primary for U.S. Senate

The former Colorado governor overcame ethical issues and missteps and now faces Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner in November

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It’s election day in Colorado. Here’s what to watch in the primary and what you need to know to vote.

The U.S. Senate race is the marquee contest and turnout is a key marker for enthusiasm on the Democratic side ahead of November

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Civil War monument at Colorado Capitol torn down and marred by graffiti

Gov. Jared Polis vows to repair "statue that commemorates the Union heroes of the Civil War who fought and lost their lives to end slavery."

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Once a centrist, Andrew Romanoff’s sharp turn to the left raises questions in U.S. Senate primary

The former Colorado lawmaker once led a group that pushed for tough-on-crime policies and limited government

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How Colorado will run an election amid the coronavirus and what it means for the June primary

The need for social distancing may lead to delays in reporting ballot returns for June 30 primary, county clerks warn

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Colorado spared more budget cuts for now, but an additional $1 billion in reductions looms on 2021 horizon

The state’s reserve is so minimal the slightest change will force Gov. Jared Polis to take executive action to reduce spending.