The midterm elections were "a brand rejection" for the Colorado Republican Party.
After voters put them in charge in November, Democrats say they'll embrace "the Colorado way of life." Republicans want their voice to be heard in that pursuit.
While Latino voters remain a key part of the Democratic coalition, a third reliably vote Republican even as President Trump and the party shift right on immigration.
The state GOP is preparing for life in the political wilderness.
It has been decades since Democrats controlled all of Colorado’s statewide offices.
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Before the 2012 elections, Coffman's district shifted to one evenly divided between Democrats, Republicans and voters who don’t register with either party.
The letter asks House Minority Leader Patrick Neville and Senate Majority Leader Christ Holbert to complete the training before leaders meet to discuss changes the legislature's harassment policy.
Now that Donald Trump is president, political operatives on both sides of the aisle see the district as even more vulnerable.