With two close primary races for the U.S. Senate, some Colorado voters will go to the polls today or drop off last-minute mail-in ballots to determine who will battle it out in November. The vast majority of votes in what could be a record for a primarily mail-in election are already in. And the candidates for both parties would have voters believe that what’s at stake is the soul of the state – grassroots, western self-determination versus entrenched, inside-the-Beltway career political cronyism.
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Former Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff has pulled even with Sen. Michael Bennet (D) for the first time, according to a Denver Post/9 News poll released Sunday. Romanoff edges Bennet 48-45 percent, but the result was well within the…
Democratic camps collided over the weekend when supporters of U.S. Senate candidates Andrew Romanoff and incumbent Michael Bennet traded chants and jibes as Bennet challenged a Romanoff attack ad that condemns Bennet for looting a movie chain and costing thousands of jobs. Bennet said the ad casts aspersions; Romanoff’s campaign said Bennet was a hypocrite.
During election season, you never know who’s going to knock on your door. If you’re a Democrat in Southeast Denver, though, it may well be Ken Gordon.
In the Colorado race for U.S. Senate, Republicans Ken Buck and Jane Norton hold narrow leads over Democrats Michael Bennet, the incumbent, and Andrew Romanoff, according to a poll released Tuesday by Rasmussen Reports.
Buck leads both Romanoff…
ESTES PARK – During a tea party rally held here Tuesday, candidates for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate – Ken Buck and Jane Norton – used their podium time to deflect extremism labels, with Buck arguing it’s D.C. insiders who are the real extremists.
Congressman Mark Udall (D-Eldorado Springs) today announced his plans to officially file paperwork to form a new Senate election committee, the first formal step in his expected run for the Senate in 2008.
Udall, the only known candidate…