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
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.
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.
Normalizing candidate salaries could help to equalize the political playing field, but not without caveats
Our very civilization depends on our votes. A look to the past shows that’s not just campaign hyperbole.
What some have missed in the Washington Post/ABC News poll is that 57% of those polled apparently believe Democrats are at least equally responsible.
Frank Capra’s “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” is an election-season reminder that democracy matters
In “What’d I Miss?” Ossie and Myra appreciate Colorado’s election system, which looks even better compared to states that discourage voter turnout.
Since the Trump era began, political predictions have become so much less reliable. The 2022 race for Senate control is just one more case in point.
Watching the U.S. Senate candidate from Pennsylvania struggle reminded me of a time when it was difficult for me to find the right words