Two groups bought almost $850,000 in ads on Spanish-language channels in Denver and Colorado Springs.
The anniversary of last year’s devastating floods has become a talking point in Colorado's U.S. Senate campaign.
The law Rep. Cory Gardner touts in a campaign ad for his Senate bid was repealed five years later after being deemed useless.
In an attempt to woo female voters, Democrats have long chided Republican candidates on the issues of abortion and birth control. One group says that’s a losing strategy.
Hill becomes the 3rd republican to drop out of the Senate race after Gardner announces run
Colorado's Senate seat could be the key to which party controls Congress next year.
Colorado lawmakers are concerned with a provision in the bipartisan budget agreement that would cost the state money for mineral development.
Cory Gardner at a recent campaign event. [Photo: KUNC/Nathan Heffel]
[This story was produced and reported by Nathan Heffel, KUNC.]