U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet is holding three hour-long town halls in Fort Collins, Boulder and Denver on Friday, his office announced this week. The Denver Democrat plans to take audience questions chosen at random at the events.
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Republican gubernatorial candidate Victor Mitchell has amassed more than 10,000 fans of his candidate page on Facebook, the businessman and former state lawmaker said this week, achieving what his campaign maintains is a significant benchmark 18 months before the election.
State Sen. Mike Merrifield discusses his love for the outdoors and the reason he doesn’t miss “The Big Bang Theory,” a sitcom about nerds, in a new episode of “Behind the Politics,” the weekly podcast produced by Colorado’s Senate Democrats. He also recalls with pride that he had the distinction during his first term in […]
State Rep. Leslie Herod, a Denver Democrat, got plenty of advice when she recently asked several House members from both sides of the aisle to discuss their favorite ways to resolve conflicts at the Capitol. One legislator even cites reggae legend Bob Marley.
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck says there’s a clear reason unaffiliated voters have taken the lead in registration numbers in Colorado — ahead of both Republicans and Democrats — and there’s a simple way for the GOP to win their allegiance.
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck won praise from President Donald Trump on Twitter Thursday afternoon for an opinion article the Windsor Republican published in support of legislation the House GOP abandoned last week to overhaul parts of the nation’s health care system.
State Sen. Steve Fenberg discusses a range of topics in an episode of “Behind the Politics,” a weekly podcast produced by the Senate Democrats posted online this week, including his work engaging young voters over the course of a decade with New Era Colorado, the Silver Plume bar he opened last summer with a few […]
President Donald Trump’s three oldest children, Donald Jr., Eric and Ivanka, along with their spouses and eight presidential grandchildren — and what a local newspaper reported would be “about 100 Secret Service agents” — have been vacationing in Aspen this week for spring break, and it’s got some of the mountain resort’s denizens howling.
Assistant Minority Leader Leroy Garcia discusses Pueblo, a bill to combat opioid abuse and the importance of reading early in life in the first episode of “Behind the Politics,” a weekly podcast produced by the Senate Democrats.