The event, organized by Indivisible Denver and its sister organizations, was billed as a casual gathering to get to know the candidates, rather than a debate.
The center educates and employs rural youth. Its director says 46 employees there will lose their federal jobs. She says they may reapply for them, but they would work for a private contractor.
Many of the party’s biggest players are betting they’ll have better futures outside Capitol Hill, where action can be slow — especially in the minority.
“I think that probably does fire up their base, but you cannot win an election in Colorado with the Republican base alone,” said Colorado Democratic Party chairwoman Morgan Carroll.
Colorado River basin states want congressional approval by April 22 so that Mexico also will contribute water starting in 2020.
Pros: affordable real estate, adjacency to BLM land. Cons: just one small, regional airport.
The proposal that states have spent years negotiating got its first hearing before Congress on Wednesday.
Most of the senators and representatives support the contents of Robert Mueller's report being released to the public.
Colorado’s shift from purple toward blue leaves Gardner in an unenviable spot when it comes to Trump and his policies.
Many of them are expressing hesitation with or outright anger at Trump’s move, which is meant to free up money to build a wall along the nation’s southern border.