Schroeder was Colorado's first congresswoman, and in 1987 she briefly ran for president. She hoped Clinton would break a glass ceiling that she herself did not.
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While the 3rd presidential candidates won more votes this year than in years past, they didn't garner as many votes as earlier polls predicted.
Frances Beckwith, visiting scholar in conservative thought and policy at the University of Colorado Boulder, shares his insights.
Colorado voters approved the medically-assisted death law, Proposition 106, by a 65-35 margin.
Longtime Democratic activist Polly Baca of Denver fears that Donald Trump's election will inspire discrimination against minorities.
Heads of Donald Trump's outreach efforts to Colorado discuss what his victory might mean for health care, immigration and trade.
A Colorado veteran and his wife say the government's decision to provide medical assistance for injured veterans who can't have children means couples will have the chance to start families.