2010 Political Campaigns

Statewide candidates tout Q3 numbers

By The Colorado Statesman Staff

The official Federal Election Commission deadline for filing third-quarter campaign fundraising results is Oct. 15, but some Colorado campaigns have released their numbers early.

State candidates woo South Metro chamber

By Jason Kosena
THE COLORADO STATESMAN

Candidates, primarily from the GOP, in nearly every statewide race showed up to talk briefly about their positions and to ask for votes at Wednesday’s South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce open candidate forum in Centennial.

Keystone poll gives Penry wide margin

By Leslie Jorgensen
THE COLORADO STATESMAN

KEYSTONE — Republicans vying for their party’s nomination to challenge Democratic Gov. Bill Ritter have drawn mixed messages in several straw polls and in a couple of controversial surveys that sampled “likely voters.”

GOP shows big love for competition

By Leslie Jorgensen
THE COLORADO STATESMAN

KEYSTONE — “We ought to embrace competition,” Colorado GOP Chairman Dick Wadhams told Republicans gathered at the state party Central Committee meeting in the Keystone Lodge last weekend.

Mr. Wadhams sees clear skies for GOP

By Jason Kosena
THE COLORADO STATESMAN

FORT COLLINS — The Republican Party is on its way to the top again.

That was the message Colorado State GOP Chair Dick Wadhams delivered to the Larimer County Republicans during a speech in Fort Collins on Thursday at the group’s monthly luncheon.

GOP herd seeks nod for U.S. Senate

By Leslie Jorgensen
THE COLORADO STATESMAN

COLORADO SPRINGS — Colorado Democrats are shaking their heads over having to choose between two candidates for the U.S. Senate — incumbent Michael Bennet and former Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff. So imagine the gigantesque dilemma for Colorado Republicans, who must decide which of nine contenders for GOP nomination has what it takes to beat the winner of the Democratic U.S. Senate primary.

McInnis forgoes Keystone straw poll

By Leslie Jorgensen
THE COLORADO STATESMAN

COLORADO SPRINGS — Those attending the state Republican Party Central Committee meeting and dinner in Keystone this weekend are guaranteed to hear about goals and positions of at least two of three GOP candidates who have emerged so far to challenge incumbent Democratic Gov. Bill Ritter.

GOP Senate candidates choose their teams

The Colorado Statesman compiles GOP senatorial candidates' staff lists

GOP gubernatorial candidates choose their teams

Colorado Statesman compiles GOP gubernatorial candidate staff list

Romanoff is going toe-to-toe with Bennet

By Jason Kosena
THE COLORADO STATESMAN

Andrew Romanoff is in. So is Michael Bennet. The battle lines are being drawn in the sand.