Ted Cruz hopes support from Scott Walker and the state's influential talk radio contingent can help him topple Trump. Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders hopes the state's progressive bent bends for him.
Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are also backing a Republican Party rule that would prevent the Ohio governor's name from being placed in contention at the Republican National Convention in July.
Over 500 Colorado GOP members want to be one of the people who chooses 2016 Republican presidential nominee. But there's only room for 34.
It will be April 14 at 9 p.m. in New York, on CNN. Both campaigns had said there would be a debate before the important New York primary in two weeks, but they had a hard time agreeing on the details.
Sen. Bernie Sanders raised $44 million in March, nearly all of it in tiny increments. Sanders says his fund-raising strategy guarantees independence from big-money interests.
Switching to a presidential primary would be expensive for the state, but the governor says he’s starting to think the cost would be worth it.
In the first Republican debate last August, Donald Trump would not promise to support his party's eventual nominee. In September he signed a pledge to do so. Tuesday night, he reversed himself again.
The charge and a new video tape come after Lewandowski allegedly grabbed a reporter following a Trump campaign rally earlier this month.
In a conversation with CPR News, the governor also addressed the chances of moving Gitmo detainees to Colorado, and the possibility of another recession.