The ad seems to signal a shift in the race that has offered few opportunities to see differences between the top three Democratic candidates (but there are more opportunities coming very soon).
The Denver Republican Party has fired up the GOP-signal to tell party members it urgently needs more election judges.
You get to vote, and you get to vote, and yes, even YOU get to vote.
The job is open to Aurora registered voters 21 and older.
The Secretary of State's office will begin sending out primary ballots on June 4.
In a world of competing priorities, education came out ahead.
Lawmakers narrowly passed an ambitious plan to rescue the state pension fund from the fiscal brink.
Are establishment-backed candidates getting an unfair advantage, or is that just how politics works? Here's what's up in Democratic primaries in Colorado's 1st and 6th Congressional Districts.
Colorado Senate Democrats protested what they call light punishment for a Republican senator repeatedly accused of sexual and workplace harassment.
Kennedy raised more than $800,000 and Johnston brought in more than $600,000.
The last-minute proposal places the two sides at another impasse over how much to spend on transportation.
Schools, roads and PERA get a boost from the $28.9 billion state budget Gov. Hickenlooper signed today
The budget covers the 2018-19 fiscal year, which begins July 1.
The bill would let immigrants who are in the country illegally renew their driver's licenses online or by mail.
With school finance act, Colorado lawmakers try to pass the hot potato of teacher pay to local districts
A school finance act that puts more money into K-12 education than Colorado has spent at any point since the Great Recession passed a key House committee.
This past weekend had big implications for the governor’s race. The once-crowded field has started dwindling after both Democrats and Republicans held their state assemblies, where delegates voted for candidates to appear in the June primary.
Stapleton rebounds big, Coffman’s run dies and former Parker mayor gets surprise boost during tumultuous Republican assembly
The first stop in the long, weird and winding road toward the Republican Primary lived up to the moniker party insiders had long preached: Anything can happen at state assembly.
Some Democrats and community groups objected strongly to hiring more school resource officers because they worry about the criminalization of children, particularly students of color.
Kennedy and Polis likely to advance from Saturday’s assembly — but we could learn something about their momentum
There will be 3,814 delegates at the Dem’s state assembly, according to a release from Colorado Democrats. While gubernatorial candidates will get the brightest spotlight, voters will also decided on candidates for attorney general, treasurer, secretary of state and a CU regent-at-large.
Stapleton will now be looking to secure a spot on his party's ballot through the Republic State Assembly.
Monday's announcement eliminated a key roadblock that stymied political negotiations at the divided legislature for much of the year.