Candidates in tight races bite their nails, journalists dig into their third cup of coffee, and armchair politicos rabidly refresh Twitter as we all try to figure out the same thing: What exactly happened last night?
Late in the night, Boebert’s race with Adam Frisch was too close to call in what was a Colorado Dem tsunami. Nationally, GOP is competitive, but a red wave never materialized.
Democrats were poised to win all seven competitive state Senate races this year in a drubbing of the GOP
Boebert regained the lead over Democratic challenger Adam Frisch on Thursday. The former Aspen city councilman has defied expectations and remains in the race.
Loveland grandmother Mickie Nuffer grew more concerned by the day as she watched people on television shouting about “defunding the police” and later, in her own county, when businesses required proof of vaccination to enter. In Highlands Ranch, mom and former teacher’s aide Donna Jo Tompkins was growing increasingly frustrated with mask mandates, last-minute school […]
Every legislative session in Colorado has its defining moments, but not every legislative session happens with a global pandemic as the backdrop. And an economic downturn. And a contentious national election. And two mass shootings. And a national reckoning about race. So when a tornado even ripped through Weld County in the final hours of […]
Top Democratic and Republican state lawmakers on Wednesday joined Gov. Jared Polis to unveil the broad strokes of a roughly $700 million state economic stimulus plan, most of which is set to go to “shovel-ready” infrastructure projects, including repairs to the Eisenhower-Johnson Memorial Tunnels and Interstate 70 bridges The shovel-ready projects will total $170 million, […]