Could there be two Coloradans vying to take on President Trump in 2020? Several people who've talked with Bennet say he's considering joining the field.
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The state GOP is preparing for life in the political wilderness.
The accuser in one of Melton’s cases is now releasing more information about their relationship because she feels he has not been honest with the public.
At issue are crossing gates that, in some instances, come down too early and stay down too long.
The eviction bill would create a national database to standardize and track evictions to help the public better understand the issue.
Legislative attorneys later wrote an opinion that stated the full Senate is required to vote on whether to retain the secretary.
A series of conference call, town hall-style meetings where Coloradans can weigh in on public affairs will begin Nov. 28.
While it’s not unheard of for nonpartisan staff to be replaced, it’s uncommon.
Hickenlooper Sees A 'Conflict' Between TABOR And Gallagher. What Does His Challenge Mean For Coloradans?
The outgoing governor submitted a series of questions about the two amendments to the Colorado Supreme Court last week.
The governor's response triggers the beginning of an investigation from the Independent Ethics Commission.
Democrats hold full control of the statehouse and the governor's office after the midterm election.
The combined effects of both state amendments have reduced funding for some agencies, including rural libraries and fire departments.
Neguse and other freshman Democrats are already facing a House leadership battle and other brewing congressional fights.
Sixteen candidates were whittled down to two options, attorney Nick Gradisar and former city council president Steve Nawrocki.
Colorado voters put Democrats in full control of the state Capitol. The governor-elect says those voters were also clear about how not to handle transportation and infrastructure needs.