Colorado Republican Party
Anonymous attacks, false accusations and big money groups target legislative, county commission races in this deep-red county
GOP official alleges caucus results in Weld County tainted by fraud, adding to ongoing party turmoilBy John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
What you need to know about Saturday’s Colorado caucuses, where Hickenlooper faces test in U.S. Senate raceBy John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado’s presidential primary spiked turnout 15-fold, but didn’t meet the full promise of Prop. 107By John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
While GOP state house members introduced six bills targeting the LGBTQ community, opposition from many conservatives demonstrated a slow growth in LGBTQ equality among their ranksOpinion
Republican Cory Gardner has the most cash on hand and his Democratic challengers, including John Hickenlooper and Andrew Romanoff, will have to use at least part of their war chests on the crowded primary
Out of 100 Colorado lawmakers, only 7 are Republican women. The state GOP wants to reverse the trend.
The Colorado GOP is launching an effort called Women in Action to court voters ahead of the 2020 election
Four super PACs tied to Democrats and Republicans in the state legislature and 2020 ballot committees reported millions in donations in the latest reports
The Democratic governor’s speech was interrupted at the start by protesters, and other demonstrations at the Capitol led to arrests
House Speaker KC Becker made clear Democrats plan to continue their far-reaching effort to reshape the state that began a year ago
Colorado’s Senate president was unusually progressive in his opening remarks. Here they are, annotated.
Garcia, a Pueblo Democrat, delved into issues like socioeconomic class disparities and money in politics during his speech on the first day of the 2020 legislative session.
The state legislature’s break-neck pace from 2019 may not return, but expect fierce debates over health care, criminal justice, guns and transportation