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
It’s election day in Colorado. Here’s what to watch in the primary and what you need to know to vote.By John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
The former Colorado lawmaker once led a group that pushed for tough-on-crime policies and limited government
Oil and gas donors become an issue in Democratic primary, but most of the money is flowing to the GOP
Former Gov. John Hickenlooper and Andrew Romanoff, Democratic rivals in the U.S. Senate race, have accepted contributions from oil and gas in this campaign
With John Hickenlooper on defensive, mysterious group launches big-money ad attacking Andrew Romanoff
A mysterious federal political action committee formed this week, called Let’s Turn Colorado Blue, has reserved about $750,000 in air time through Election Day. Meanwhile, Hickenlooper and national Democrats are starting to spend big.
Romanoff’s campaign released an internal poll Thursday showing him still down 12 percentage points ahead of the June 30 election. That’s a wide margin, but represents a far closer race than it was before.
Hickenlooper makes case for electability as repeated controversies continue to overshadow his campaign
The former Colorado governor faced off against rival Andrew Romanoff in the final televised Democratic U.S. Senate debate
Compare and contrast the platforms and policies of John Hickenlooper and Andrew Romanoff ahead of Colorado's June 30 primary election.
Health care, the Green New Deal and the electoral college are three areas where the candidates disagree
After tweet from Denver School Board member Tay Anderson resurfaces video, Hickenlooper campaign statement says “I recognize that my comments were painful. I did not intend them to be. I offer my deepest apologies.”