Mike Littwin writes that Joe Biden’s poll numbers aren’t that strong even among Democrats, but the president knows who he’s running against. And in his State of the Union address, he played them.
Opinion: Denver voters can choose leaders that will make the city more affordable and livable
Imagine a city with wider housing options, more density, streamlined zoning, more transit service, and fewer cars
Littwin: The hearings are over, charges referred and this time Trump is really done, right?
That’s a possibility, of course. Another is that he wins the GOP nomination for president and we start all over again.
Silverman: How a Colorado Democrat managed to get elected in Douglas County
Bob Marshall, a former Republican and vocal never-Trumper, won a seat in House District 43
Littwin: As Trump prepares to run again in 2024, is the GOP prepared to doom itself again?
Columnist Mike Littwin writes that Republicans have had plenty of chances to dump Trump. The question is whether they can summon the courage to do it this time.
Nicolais: The Colorado Republican Party is dead
After losing every statewide race by eight points or more — and losing even more seats in the legislature — it is time to pronounce the Colorado GOP officially deceased
Drew Litton: Was this the “red wave” the pundits told us about?
Cartoonist Drew Litton illustrates how the conventional political wisdom may have held that the GOP would crest in the midterms, but Colorado voters put a different spin on the red wave.
Littwin: How big did Democrats win in Colorado? Just ask Lauren Boebert.
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.
Zornio: Should political candidates use campaign funds to pay themselves a salary?
Normalizing candidate salaries could help to equalize the political playing field, but not without caveats
Carman: Lessons from a lost civilization — share the wealth, save the trees and vote while you still can
Our very civilization depends on our votes. A look to the past shows that’s not just campaign hyperbole.