As news rippled around the Capitol on Thursday morning that the future of legislative leadership’s grand bargain transportation bill was growing dimmer by the hour, Jon Caldara snacked at the cafe across the street, scrolling through a list of transportation ballot initiatives filed Wednesday by the contracting community and that closely mirror teetering House Bill […]
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The dead serious transportation-funding ballot initiative submitted by Colorado political prankster Jon Caldara is scheduled to land before the state Title Board next week Wednesday. The hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, April 19, at 9:30 A.M., at the Secretary of State’s office.
For Democrat Cary Kennedy, a former state treasurer and former deputy mayor of Denver, it’s all about opportunity, and that’s what she wanted to talk about as she prepared to make her run for governor of Colorado official.
Declaring that he’ll stand up for Colorado in the face of threats from the Trump administration, U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter, an Arvada Democrat, made his campaign for governor official on Sunday afternoon at a grocery store in Golden.
That didn’t last long. After announcing he was running for governor of Colorado early Wednesday morning, Republican George Brauchler enjoyed a honeymoon that lasted just six hours before the attacks started coming.
House Rep. Justin Everett, a Littleton Republican and one of the caucus’s reliably hardliners, launched debate on budget bills proposing amendments that seek to make the point that there’s plenty of money in the $26.8 billion budget to support overdue transportation upgrades and expansion. House Republicans strongly oppose a plan backed by legislative leaders this […]
Republican George Brauchler, the district attorney who prosecuted the Aurora theater shooter, officially launched his campaign for governor of Colorado on Wednesday.
Delta. Montrose. Lincoln. Teller. Fremont. Las Animas. Morgan. Garfield. These are a handful of counties in rural Colorado that are home to hospitals. Hospitals that not only provide access to life-saving health care for residents, but are most likely the area’s largest employer. These hospitals are typically smaller than their urban counterparts, but they are […]
State Rep. Steve Lebsock, D-Thornton, says he’s inclined to vote against the bipartisan transportation funding package introduced last week because residents of Adams County and other north metro areas are “tired of getting (the) short end” on road and transit projects.