Two Coloradans sit on the committee: U.S. Reps. Joe Neguse, a Lafayette Democrat, and Ken Buck, a Windsor Republican.
Still a chance? 2020 presidential longshots like Colorado’s Michael Bennet insist race is up for grabsBy The Associated Press Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
The CORE Act has passed the U.S. House, but the massive Colorado public lands bill faces tough odds in the U.S. SenateBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
National Democrats call Colorado Republican Scott Tipton’s seat a top pickup opportunity. But is it winnable?
Tipton has easily soared to reelection for three cycles in a row, despite high-dollar efforts to dislodge him from the 3rd Congressional District
William Perry Pendley, acting director of the Bureau of Land Management, said last week he's increasingly optimistic his agency will eventually be able to reduce herd sizes
Colorado’s highly coveted unaffiliated voters overwhelmingly support Trump-impeachment inquiry, new poll shows
The question is key to how voters view the candidates in Colorado’s pivotal 2020 U.S. Senate race. The poll also showed former Gov. John Hickenlooper, a Democrat, easily besting Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner in a hypothetical matchup.
Buck, a Windsor Republican who is in his third term, also is chairman of the Colorado Republican Party. Potential GOP successors -- like George Brauchler and Jerry Sonnenberg -- started to line up campaigns to replace him.