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Anti-fracking advocates could run afoul of Hispanic voters
Rep. Jared Polis and his personal fortune were instrumental in helping Democrats wrest control of Colorado from Republicans, but now Democrats fear that he may jeopardize everything they've worked for with his anti-fracking crusade.
As part of a broader effort to connect with average Americans, President Obama drank beer and played pool at a brewpub in downtown Denver.
Colorado Democrats ducking President Obama's speech here Wednesday morning are drawing hoots for their less-than-convincing excuses.
Bad news for Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper: A poll released Tuesday shows him running neck and neck with newly nominated Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez.
Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper is a strong supporter of hydraulic fracturing, but last week's defeat of a high-profile local anti-fracking initiative wasn’t good news for him or state Democrats.
Democrats really don't want former Rep. Bob Beauprez to win this month's Colorado GOP gubernatorial primary, so they're hitting the airwaves with television ads aimed at boosting his nearest rival, former Rep. Tom Tancredo.
Gov. John Hickenlooper is traveling through southern Colorado to sign several bills, including one to provide social workers to juvenile offenders and another to allocate funding for the state fair.
Wildfire experts predict an average year for fires in Colorado in 2014, welcome news after two consecutive seasons that were worse than average, Gov. John Hickenlooper said Monday.