Election 2020

Krieger: Is Hick running from his record?

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Colorado GOP looks to rebuild ahead of 2020 election, but first the party must reconcile the past

The contenders for the next GOP chairperson -- Susan Beckman, Ken Buck and Sherrie Gibson -- disagree about what went wrong in 2018 election

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Here’s who’s running to unseat Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner in 2020 — and who’s thinking about it

A list of the announced candidates, the people who are considering campaigns and the politicians who have ruled out a bid to be part of one of the nation’s top congressional races next year

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“We need a better approach”: John Hickenlooper opposes the Green New Deal

In a Washington Post op-ed, John Hickenlooper says he supports the concept of a Green New Deal, but "we need a better approach"

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Colorado is among the growing number of states using redistricting commissions

Here's a look at some of the states using commissions or other nontraditional methods for the next round of redistricting, after the 2020 Census.

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Coloradans undecided about national popular vote law, new poll shows, as idea becomes 2020 talking point

Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper isn’t fully on board with the idea, telling The Colorado Sun: “In the end, our Founding Fathers got things pretty right.”

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Democrats like John Hickenlooper strain to claim they have 2020 fundraising chops

Former Colorado Gov. Hickenlooper's presidential campaign said it reached $1 million in fundraising in less than 48 hours and received donations from all 50 states

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Colorado’s former U.S. attorney leaves high-powered law firm to explore run against Cory Gardner

Colorado’s former top federal law enforcement official, should he decide to run, would join a growing field of challengers to the first-term Republican senator. Walsh said he will make up his mind in April.

Nicolais: Band-Aids won’t save the Colorado Republican Party

With leadership elections less than 2 weeks away, Colorado Republicans must make drastic change or face a slow death

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