Politics

  1. George Will gushes about "cherubic" Cory Gardner
    Congressman Cory Gardner, a Republican, smiles as he makes a point during a debate with U.
  2. Senate candidate Steve Shogan's ground game
    My vow to have a politics-free Saturday morning ended when I left my hairdresser's, turned off Kentucky onto Colorado Boulevard and saw an army of volunteers waving signs on behalf of Steve
  3. Campaigns in Colorado amp up pressure on voters to return ballots
    Voting this year in Colorado comes with all the fun of paying a bill. Some will send their ballots in right away, while others leave them on the kitchen counter right up until Election Day.
  4. GOP targets Dem-held House districts that backed Romney
    Republicans are waging a take-no-prisoners battle to boot Democrats from what they consider GOP property: seats from House districts that presidential nominee Mitt Romney carried in 2012.
  5. Today is John Suthers Day
    In a proclamation declaring today John Suthers Day in Colorado, Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper in one sentence summed up the career of the outgoing Republican attorney general:WHEREAS, John W.
  6. Hickenlooper responds to "Rocky Mountain Heist" with "Rocky Mountain Height"
    The one-hour Citizens United film that accuses the political left of highjacking Colorado makes its debate Saturday afternoon.
  7. Elizabeth Warren helps launch Udall bus tour, ignite Democratic energy
    Inside a small campaign office Friday in this key swing county, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren put her arm around Mark Udall's shoulders and gave a blistering attack on Republicans designed to ignite the roomful of clipboard-holding Democratic canvassers.
  8. Troubled Denver sheriff's department could learn from L.A.'s experience
    A city faces millions of dollars in settlements. Some of its law enforcement officers stand accused in several excessive-force cases. Its top officials are scrambling to promise reforms. Sound familiar?
  9. Obama announces plan to tighten security on federal debit cards
    Saying more must be done to stop data breaches affecting consumers, President Barack Obama on Friday announced a government plan to tighten security for the debit cards that transmit federal benefits such as Social Security to millions of Americans.
  10. Elizabeth Warren helps launch Udall bus tour, ignite Democratic energy
    ENGLEWOOD — Inside a small campaign office Friday in this key swing county, Massachusetts Sen.
  11. Finally! A quirky campaign ad for Gov. John Hickenlooper
    Watch Gov. John Hickenlooper's "Trusted Adviser" ad on YouTube.There's not a shower in sight, but this will have to do: the quirky John Hickenlooper finally showed up in the Democratic
  12. Udall's "Jobs" ad misleads on shutdown's cause, but nails effects
    By Molly Homburger and Mireya SaenzA year ago, historic flooding in Colorado forced the evacuation of thousands of homes, damaged farms and destroyed houses.
  13. Colorado TV Colorado viewers a key target for political ads this elect
    The pummeling of Colorado TV viewers by political ads will continue for another two and a half weeks.