Is calling Denver a “toilet bowl” a winning message for Colorado Republicans in 2022?
Denver and its surrounding counties, including Boulder, are Colorado’s population center. As such, they are home to most of the state’s House and Senate districts.
Where’s Don Coram? Lauren Boebert’s GOP challenger says his late start is all part of the plan.
The state senator from Montrose is making a long shot bid to unseat a congresswoman with deep pockets and a national following
Colorado’s secretary of state’s race tests Republicans’ embrace of election conspiracies
Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters, former Jefferson County Clerk Pam Anderson and Mike O'Donnell, a former nonprofit leader, are running in the Republican primary
Judge bars Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters from overseeing 2022 elections
Peters, who is seeking the Republican nomination for secretary of state, was also barred from overseeing the 2021 elections in Mesa County
Tina Peters visits Mar-a-Lago, where candidates flock seeking Trump’s endorsement
The travel was allowed by Mesa County prosecutors, who are pursuing felony charges against Peters in a breach of her county’s election system
Jared Polis injects another $5.2 million into his campaign as Republicans lag Democrats in all statewide contests
Democratic incumbents for attorney general, secretary of state and treasurer continue to outraise rivals
Coloradans should prepare for a tsunami of anonymous political text messages as 2022 campaign season kicks into gear
Federal and state laws require that the people and groups behind political text messages disclose who they are, but that seldom happens and enforcement is rare
Campaign cash is lopsided as congressional candidates self-fund in Colorado’s Republican primary for U.S. Senate
Ron Hanks’ anemic fundraising contrasts with big money for Joe O’Dea, as a super PAC funded by Colorado contractors spends to support him in U.S. Senate contest
The dominant theme at Colorado Republicans’ state assembly: election conspiracies
GOP delegates to the state assembly picked candidates who baselessly question the results of the 2020 presidential election — and even cast doubt on the assembly results themselves