Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler appears to have had himself audited. In a witness list he sent Tuesday to the parties involved in an investigation of his discretionary spending last year, Gessler included the name of accountant Kevin Collins.
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One thing you can say about a kid who goes to bed hungry is that he will wake up the same way. Odds are he’ll go to school hungry as well. Repeat that cycle a few times a week and you’ve got a problem. Experts say it is a problem that can be solved, even though it hasn’t been yet.
Lt.Gov Joseph A. Garcia this week is distributing more than $1 million to four Colorado organizations through Serve Colorado, the Governor’s Commission on Community Service. The funding comes from AmeriCorps grants from the Corporation for National and Community Service. In July, Serve Colorado will announce additional grants supported by $2,437,386 in AmeriCorps money.
John Hickenlooper was sworn in today as Colorado’s 42nd governor as flags flew at half mast to honor the dead and injured in Arizona.
He told a small group of reporters gathered in his new office shortly after the ceremony that America depends on free speech for its democracy, but he said that history swings like a pendulum and that it is time for the country to come together.
Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper announced Monday that Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia will also serve as executive director of the Colorado Department of Higher Education.
The big guns were out in force for the Democrats Sunday at a get out the vote rally near Colfax and Kipling in Lakewood.
Both Sen. Michael Bennet and gubernatorial candidate John Hickenlooper brought their buses, the wives, their kids…
BOULDER – Congressman Jared Polis Monday tried to rally students at the University of Colorado at Boulder, urging them to show the same enthusiasm for next month’s midterm elections that they demonstrated when they helped sweep him and the Obama…
Democratic gubernatorial nominee John Hickenlooper today met with veterans at the Mile High American GI Forum in Northwest Denver. He and Lt. Governor nominee Joe Garcia engaged in spirited but friendly discussion with a couple of dozen veterans.