We asked each candidate to record their own 15-second airport train greeting. Here’s what they submitted.
Opinion: Colorado bucks partisanship to repeal Gallagher Amendment
In 2003, Colorado voters were asked to repeal the state’s so-called Gallagher Amendment. Gallagher’s approach to property taxes was already starting to show signs of inadequacy. Yet, the promise of a slightly lower property tax rate in the future was too compelling and voters turned down the measure in a landslide, 78-22% vote. When Amendment […]
Will Michael Bloomberg’s deep financial ties to Colorado translate into votes on Super Tuesday?
Michael Bloomberg’s presidential campaign is launching a door-to-door effort to introduce him to Colorado voters — but the Democratic candidate is no stranger to the state. Ahead of his White House bid, the former New York mayor and billionaire businessman contributed at least $6 million to Colorado political campaigns in the past decade, funded major […]
Cory Gardner: Five factors that will determine whether he can win in 2020
The 2020 campaign starts today, and it doesn’t look good for Cory Gardner. The first-term Republican senator is seeking re-election the same year as President Donald Trump in a state that Hillary Clinton won by 5 percentage points. His seat is one of two in the nation most likely to flip to Democrats, and a […]