Well, well, well - this just got real - Penfield Tate just announced he's running for Mayor against Hancock. We shall see what happens next, but Tate offers a credible threat. There's more speculation about Hickenlooper's potential run for President. One school is saying a big "no" to homework. Good or bad?
Saira Rao, who is fighting Diana DeGette in yet another of the Democrats' unprecedented primaries, is appealing to new demographics by writing an op-ed about her candidacy for Teen Vogue. The content isn't as interesting as the fact she got the piece placed there in the first place. For those who think we need some California-style emissions
Expect today's news to be full of "who raised what" Former Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) editorialized in favor of a Colorado bill in the Wall Street Journal. If you thought that Plunkett leaving The Post was notable . . . expect more even coverage about Dean Singleton's exit today.
(DENVER) - In the midst of an ongoing legal battle involving Colorado’s Secretary of State, Wayne Williams, and an investigation by Denver District Attorney Beth McCann, a donation McCann made to Williams’ opponent has surfaced, casting a political cloud over the proceedings. McCann seized upon a politically motivated retaliatory complaint filed by a disgruntled activist,
Hillary Clinton’s significant enthusiasm deficit could have negative ramifications for those who have hitched their wagons to her star. One of the top targeted U.S. Senate seats to flip could be the one currently held by Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colorado). Bennet’s campaign will be closely tied to Clinton’s presidential bid, and the blowout victory Bernie
The Durango HeraldPeter MarcusDENVER – An adviser to Colorado House Speaker Dickey Lee Hullinghorst quickly left the Capitol on Thursday after it was revealed that she violated House rules.Jenise May, a Democrat and former state lawmaker who currently serves as a special adviser to Hullinghorst, has been holding the staff position while she had simultaneously
Denver Business JournalMark HardenFewer than a third of Colorado voters believe U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet deserves re-election next year, a new set of survey results shows.With the election a year away, the Quinnipiac University poll asked 1,262 Colorado voters whether the Colorado Democrat deserves another term.Thirty percent said yes, while 41 percent said no and 29 percent were undecided
The Durango HeraldPeter MarcusDENVER – Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton on Tuesday visited Colorado, where she sought to inspire Democrats to stump for her.Facing an impressive primary challenge from Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Clinton must convince Colorado Democrats to support her at March 1 grass-roots caucus gatherings.While the swing state of Colorado represents only a
Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO) likes to play football. Tell him to go long, really long, like out of the Senate long. Disclaimer: Picture posted to Flickr by Senator Mike Warner, used under Creative Commons license, edited by Compass Colorado, obviously.