Hickenlooper said discussion of mass shootings often centers around gun control, which, he said, is good. But, he added, they need to be broader.
Despite trailing some of the higher-profile candidates in polling and donations, Colorado's former Gov. John Hickenlooper says he still has a chance at success.
The historic church in downtown Charleston has become a place of pilgrimage for some 2020 presidential candidates.
All that was missing was a warm sweater and cozy fire as the former Governor held Colorado's successes up as a model for what he would do for the country if elected.
Democratic strategist Maria Cardona said it’s not that Democrats wouldn’t prefer working with Republicans, “it’s that Democrats tried it and got screwed.”
Rather than calling for national legalization, John Hickenlooper wants marijuana to no longer be a Schedule 1 controlled substance so it can be studied.
An estimated 5,000 gathered in Denver's Civic Center Park as Michael Hancock, Wellington Webb and others offered endorsements.
The Democratic candidate hosted a kick-off celebration in Denver’s Civic Center Park at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday night.
Hickenlooper released a campaign launch video Monday, making the pitch that Washington, D.C. needs dreamers who can get things done.
Is the former Colorado governor's presidential announcement finally nigh?