What we can learn from the 10,000 tweets sent by Colorado’s congressional delegation in 2021
Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert sent the most tweets, but she didn’t have the one with the most engagement
Littwin: With Ed Perlmutter retiring, 2022 has officially arrived. The Colorado GOP is hoping it’s a better year.
Colorado’s Republican Party, still strongly tied to Trump, is at its lowest point in memory. If the GOP can’t take advantage in 2022, it’s hard to see a time when they might.
Littwin: It was late coming, but Biden finally said what had to be said of Trump and his enablers
On Tuesday, Biden goes to Atlanta to push two voting-rights bills that can be passed only if the Senate filibuster is reformed. This time, Biden must call out reluctant Dems.
Nicolais: How state Sen. Don Coram can beat Rep. Lauren Boebert
The much-liked and respected state senator will need a perfect campaign — and help from outside organizations
Don Coram makes it official. He’ll challenge Lauren Boebert in the GOP primary.
The centrist Republican from Montrose joins Marina Zimmerman, a crane operator from Durango, in challenging the far-right incumbent 3rd Congressional District representative
Republican state Sen. Don Coram will run to unseat Lauren Boebert
Coram told a group of constituents in Montrose on Wednesday morning “the papers have been filed” for his congressional bid
We analyzed dozens of Colorado congressional floor speeches to see who had the most — and least — to say in 2021
From the Jan. 6 insurrection, impeachment, policy issues and politics, C-SPAN video reveals how much some talked and how one spoke not at all
Lauren Boebert vows to stay her course as she seeks another term in Congress
She’ll likely face a primary challenger in state Sen. Don Coram, who is known to reach across the aisle
Littwin: It’s hard to believe, but 2021 was maybe even worse than 2020
From the Jan. 6 insurrection to King Soopers shooting to Rittenhouse trial to COVID vaccine wars to Buckwheat to Boebert’s Big Lie to Peters to Manchin vs. BBB.
House passes bill to combat Islamophobia in response to Lauren Boebert’s comments
The bill would create a special envoy position at the State Department to monitor and combat Islamophobia worldwide. It is unlikely to advance in the Senate.
A well-known Colorado Republican may run to unseat Lauren Boebert in 2022
State Sen. Don Coram said he is “considering all options” as some in the GOP urge him to run
Progressive Democrats pressure Nancy Pelosi to discipline Lauren Boebert
The four Democratic members of Colorado's U.S. House delegation have not called for Boebert to be censured or lose her committee posts
Turning outrage into power: How far right lawmakers like Lauren Boebert are changing the GOP
Success in Congress, once measured by bills passed and constituents reached, is now gauged in many ways by the ability to attract attention
Silverman: Lauren Boebert has branded Muslim-Americans as enemy combatants
That's dangerous. There is ample justification to root for Boebert to lose in her disputes with Ilhan Omar and Sherronna Bishop.
Zornio: Meet Marina Zimmerman, the Republican trying to oust Lauren Boebert
After redistricting heavily favors conservatives, the best chance to remove Boebert might be to replace her with a new and better Republican
Colorado’s Democratic members of Congress blast Lauren Boebert, but stop short of calling for censure
The Republican members of Colorado’s U.S. House delegation have not commented on Boebert’s anti-Muslim remarks
Littwin: No one is surprised a second Boebert video turns up — still bigoted, but with slightly different details
Dems want her punished for her very public Islamophobia, but the only people who can really punish Boebert are those in the Colorado 3rd CD who elected her
In call with Ilhan Omar, Lauren Boebert refuses to publicly apologize for anti-Muslim remarks
Boebert previously apologized “to anyone in the Muslim community I offended," but not directly to Omar