Kamala Harris made history, but Barack Obama went all in. Former presidents don’t normally talk this way about their successors, but there’s nothing normal about 2020.
The Democratic presidential race narrows ahead of Super Tuesday and may lead to a closer contest in Colorado
Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg accounts for 78% of the TV ads in Colorado, but other candidates made last-minute buys
With Sen. Bernie Sanders amassing a double-digit lead in Colorado, Democrats may need to begin worrying about NovemberOpinion
Colorado donors have shelled out millions to presidential candidates. Here’s who they’ve supported most.
Bernie Sanders is in the lead, having raised more than $2.7 million from Coloradans. Denver is the state’s biggest campaign cash cow, providing some $2 million to candidates from over 23,000 donors.
The Vermont senator’s strong support didn’t fade after his 2016 victory in Colorado. In fact, he has energized new volunteers.
A poll from Magellan Strategies shows defeating President Donald Trump is the top concern for voters ahead of the Super Tuesday primary
How 5 Coloradans, undecided on the Democratic presidential primary, are weighing their candidate options
The Colorado Sun spoke with a group of voters after they watched Tuesday night’s debate. Hundreds of thousands of Democrats and unaffiliateds are waiting until the last minute to cast their ballots.
Candidates like Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren, who campaigned in Colorado over the weekend, likely need to have a good Super Tuesday showing to counter the narrative that Sanders can’t be stopped