By a five-to-one margin, the Democratic candidate for president is holding her lead in Colorado campaign donations over rival Republican Donald Trump.
The candidate also brushed off criticism that he hasn’t revealed his plans to defeat ISIS by invoking a decorated World War II general.
Jerry Natividad wasn't happy about all of Trump's rhetoric. Now a leader in Hispanics for Trump, he says the candidate has more or less the right approach to immigration.
Republican Donald Trump has 15 paid staff in the state, while Democrats have more than 100 field operatives working for Clinton and the rest of the ticket.
Robby Mook is visiting Colorado this week to open campaign field offices and meet with volunteers and donors.
In the 30-second video, Coffman speaks directly to the camera, saying he doesn’t much care for his party's nominee.
But Colorado donors are warming to Donald Trump, sort of.
The Republican nominee didn’t give his Colorado supporters much warning, but several thousand of them dropped everything to see him.
Trump will visit Colorado Springs and Denver on July 29 and Clinton will stop in Denver on Aug. 3.