DENVER — Suck in the holiday gut and belly up to your desk … It’s time to get back to work following (for many of us) a long Thanksgiving break. Oh, and happy ‘Cyber Monday’ to you, your favorite electronic device and your wallet. Let the financial gluttony continue! Strangest of all that crossed our […]
It’s that time of year — in an election year, at least — when campaign mailers are falling as thick as autumn leaves, and as Nov. 8 approaches, political pros say the barrage of postage-paid brochures will only grow.
By TCS Publisher and Editor in Chief Jared Wright @_JaredWright_ DENVER — Happy Thursday, and good luck to all parties involved today as the Senate prepares to pass a budget plan not yet agreeable between both parties — with particular dispute over the Clean Power Plan — after today’s passage almost certainly heading to conference […]
By TCS Publisher & Editor-in-Chief Jared Wright @_JaredWright_ Friday, February 12, 2016 DENVER – Well, you made it to Friday. Ahead for you are two days of not having to wander underneath the Gold Dome. Congrats. If you’re working campaigns … my condolences. “It’s always difficult to keep Fridays confined within themselves … they tend to spill over …” — […]
The Republican vice chair of the 7th Congressional District delivered a blistering response Monday night to recent remarks about immigration policy by the GOP candidate running in the district, saying she felt “cheated and used” when she backed him for a Westminster City Council seat and is now calling for him to step down. During the […]
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Tim Neville, a state senator, raised just over $120,000 in the final quarter of 2015 and ended the year with just over $50,000 cash on hand, according to figures his campaign plans to file with the FEC later this week. Neville, who launched his campaign in October, at the start of […]