Jared Polis went after the Hickenlooper (ergo, Lynne) administration's political "revolving door." It's a little in-the-weeds, but high political drama.
Fellow Dems are trying to nail Jared Polis down on primary spending. Should be interesting. Plus, is Lt Gov Donna Lynne further to the left than we think?
Does Boulder just have too much money? You'll never guess how much art in parking garages costs in the People's Republic.
Several women have come forward to defend Senator Jack Tate in the wake of allegations. Plus, PERA could start to become a problem for our credit rating.
Lest you think the Democrat primary was all locked up for Polis, Michael Johnston releases the plan he's been working on for free community college.
Governor Hickenlooper was sick presenting the budget this year and told the JBC he "wasn't up to the task" of creating it. Uhm. That's a concern.
This Rep. Lebsock thing has gotten so much worse as the Aurora Sentinel is calling for Speaker Crisanta Duran to step down. Plus, Hick weighs in.
Just a reminder, the Dems have a primary in almost every race across the state. Even to take on a Republican in the AG's race, and it's not over yet.
Welp, it was a rough night last night. Looks like we may need to start planting stuff on our roof like hobbits (only mildly kidding) despite the opposition of Denver's Dem Mayor. Dougco, which was heavily watched across the country, was a loss. Cynthia Coffman joins the Republican race for Governor. Apparently, Cary Kennedy wants all the
It's Election Day. Get those ballots in, because many races could be tight this year as it's looking like we're experiencing burnout turnout. People are burned out on politics and they're just staying home this year. So far. Congratulations to Rep. Clarice Navarro who took a job in the Farm Service Agency. Coloradans paid tens of