Weld County Commissioner Scott James, another Republican, filed to run in the 8th District after Kirkmeyer announced her decision
Two senators, a Democrat and Republican, argue that Colorado would be better off without a major land-use bill, unless there are big changes
A new helicopter to fight wildfires. A boost in state employee pay. More money for schools.
Refund requests and challenges to reach vehicle owners outside its “echo chamber” has troubled the launch of the parks pass that underpins CPW’s new financial model
On a typical day in Colorado, there are about 600 homeless children and 262 homeless young adults ages 18 to 24
Caraveo, a state representative and pediatrician, defied the political oddsmakers when she eked out a victory last week over Republican state Sen. Barbara Kirkmeyer in Colorado’s new 8th Congressional District
Republicans hoped their candidate, Kirkmeyer, would be a bright spot on an otherwise disappointing Election Day for the GOP
Normalizing candidate salaries could help to equalize the political playing field, but not without caveats
Candidates are advertising on Spanish-language TV and radio and in Spanish-language print publications. Political parties and outside groups are registering Latino voters and knocking on their doors. And national organizations are polling Latino voters in Colorado on the issues that matter most to them.
It ain’t cheap — up to $150,000 for one 30-second ad — but candidates up and down the ballot are willing to a pay a premium to get their message out to as many voters as possible