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Republican Victor Mitchell to report $3 million quarter for 2018 Colorado governor’s race

Republican gubernatorial candidate Victor Mitchell, a former state lawmaker from Castle Rock, pauses for a moment on the way out of a Denver restaurant after an interview with The Colorado Statesman on Wednesday, April 12, 2017. (Photo by Ernest Luning/The Colorado Statesman)

Douglas County Republican Victor Mitchell, an entrepreneur and former state lawmaker, plans to report that his gubernatorial campaign banked just over $3 million in the first three months of the year, nearly all of it in the form of a loan from the candidate, The Colorado Statesman has learned. And Mitchell says he’s prepared to […]

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Perlmutter stops short of announcing run for governor in nostalgia-tinged speech to Democrats

"I am seriously looking at running for governor," U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter says at the 7th Congressional District Democratic reorganization meeting Saturday, March 25, 2017, at the Pipefitters Local Union No. 208 hall in Denver. "But there are a number of hurdles and i’s to be dotted and t’s to be crossed." (Photo by Ernest Luning/The Colorado Statesman)

Even though supporters chanted, “Run, Ed, run!” as he took the stage Saturday at a union hall in north Denver, U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter stopped short of stepping into next year’s Colorado gubernatorial race, instead telling the assembled Democrats he’s “seriously looking” at running but has some details to work out before declaring his candidacy.

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Presidential primary, open primary issues on ballot

A voter places his ballot into a collection box after filling it in at a polling center, on state primary election day, in Boulder, Colo., Tuesday, June 28, 2016. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)
Presidential primary elections would return to Colorado, and independent voters could take part in primary elections, under two more measures placed on the state general election ballot Wednesday. Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams announced that backers of the separate ballot measures submitted the signatures of more than the required number of registered voters to […]

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