Politics

  1. Tight races for Senate, governor define the Colorado election
    The top-ticket races in Colorado are deadlocked in the final Denver Post poll of the 2014 election, illustrating the state's split political personality and the vulnerability of Democrats in this Republican-leaning midterm.
  2. Gov. Chris Christie: Cory Gardner, wrong on Hurricane Sandy, right for the Senate
    Republican Bob Beauprez, who is running for governor, poses with his wife Claudia, New Jersey Gov.
  3. Spanish debate focuses Mike Coffman, Andrew Romanoff on immigration
    In Colorado's first known all-Spanish debate between political candidates, U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, who's been learning the language since early last year, read closely from written answers. Democrat Andrew Romanoff, a more fluent speaker, spoke extemporaneously.
  4. GOP maintains wide edge in voter turnout as Colorado election looms
    More than 32,000 additional registered Democrats in Colorado had returned their ballots at this point in the election season four years ago as compared with this year.
  5. Hickenlooper, Beauprez tax files show hefty losses, charitable giving
    The tax returns of the two major-party candidates for governor reveal a business-minded Republican who's been losing six-figure amounts in business the last few years, and a Democratic
  6. Poll gives Colorado Republicans a lead in down-ticket races
    The Republican Party has a sharp, but not decisive, edge in the down-ticket races that will be decided in Colorado on Tuesday.
  7. Denver Post poll shows three of four statewide measures failing
    Voters in Colorado support only one of four statewide measures on the November ballot, according to a Denver Post poll released Thursday.
  8. Gubernatorial candidate Mike Dunafon has support from hip-hop artists
    The list of endorsements for unaffiliated candidate Mike Dunafon's bid for Colorado governor looks more like a roundup of hip-hop Grammy nominees than a slate of supporters for state office.
  9. Colorado U.S. Senate: Final Denver Post poll shows deadlocked contest
    One of the nation's most-watched U.S. Senate races is headed for a photo finish, as the final Denver Post poll in the 2014 election shows Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Udall and Republican rival Cory Gardner are essentially tied.