Presidential campaign

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Colorado’s 2020 presidential primary ballots are hitting the mail. Here’s what you need to know.

The March 3 contest will be Colorado’s first presidential primary election in 20 years

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What a viral photo says about Michael Bennet’s presidential campaign in Iowa, and his chances in New Hampshire

The Colorado Democratic senator spent big in Iowa and came out empty, so Tuesday’s primary is an even bigger test

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Will Michael Bloomberg’s deep financial ties to Colorado translate into votes on Super Tuesday?

The Democratic presidential candidate is going door-to-door to remind voters about his help passing tougher gun regulations in the state

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Impeachment trial brings angst for 4 Senate presidential hopefuls, including Michael Bennet

Bennet said he'll campaign whenever possible on Sundays, when the Senate isn't in session. Otherwise, he's trying to take the interruption in stride.

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Coming to a TV near you: $163 million in political ads for the top 2020 Colorado races

The advertising started early in Colorado with more than $7.2 million spent in the final six months of 2019

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Colorado’s Michael Bennet, a presidential hopeful, pledges $6 trillion “Real Deal”

The proposals announced Thursday would be paid for by repealing much of President Donald Trump's tax cuts, increasing capital gains taxes in what Bennet calls a “smart wealth tax” and heightening IRS enforcement

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Michael Bloomberg unveils his presidential gun reform platform in Aurora, says he’s unsure about his chances in the state

Bloomberg said he was glad to be in Colorado -- "it's a wonderful state" -- but said he is unsure of his chances of winning the state's presidential primary contest next year. "That, I have no idea," he said.