Robby Mook is visiting Colorado this week to open campaign field offices and meet with volunteers and donors.
2016 Presidential Race
Views of the past eight years, and who should lead the country next, vary a lot, driven in part by where voters live
The Democratic Party's nominee said that, if elected, she’ll launch the biggest infrastructure program since World War II.
Restoration PAC bought more than 1,000 spots from July 22 through Sunday on stations in Denver, Colorado Springs and Grand Junction.
State Rep. Joe Salazar, D-Thornton, a delegate for presidential candidate Bernie Sanders at the recent Democratic National Convention, now supports party nominee Hillary Clinton.
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.
The distrust and scorn heaped on Hillary Clinton by her detractors finds no footing at a Denver watch party.