A trailer for "RUN" came out today, billing the independently-produced reality TV program featuring state Sen. Faith Winter (D-Denver) as a makeover show for the campaigns of female candidates.
A new study of government data shows, “Colorado borrowers owe more than $26 billion in student debt,” according to a new study by Student Borrower Protection Center (SBPC).
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner didn’t appear in the Denver area, but he made campaign stops last week in rural parts of the state to encourage fellow Republicans to vote for Walker Stapleton, the GOP candidate for governor, and other allied candidates.
A letter penned by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper was sent to Adams County voters last week, asking them to “ignore the misleading and negative ads” about Democrat Faith Winter, who’s running for a state senate seat.
A television advertisement attacking Democratic state Senate candidate Faith Winter of Adams County falsely claims she supported a measure that would have added $25,000 to the tax bill of every family of four.
A state Senator who’s up for reelection in a highly competitive suburban Denver swing district has come out in opposition to all public funding for Planned Parenthood, including funds from Medicaid, the government health insurance program for low-income people.
Concerned Citizens for Colorado, a dark-money group that purchased Facebook data from the disgraced firm Cambridge Analytica and used the personal information to help win key Colorado senate seats in 2014, is pumping a half million dollars into the Colorado Republican Party again this year.
In campaign ads in advance of November’s election, State Sen. Beth Martinez Humenik of Thornton is presented as a middle-of-the-road lawmaker.
One of the most competitive races in Colorado’s state legislature pits a woman who led the charge to expose a culture of sexual harassment at the Capitol against a woman who protected an alleged perpetrator of that harassment from expulsion.
State Sen. Beth Martinez Humenik, a Republican from Thornton who’s up for reelection in one of Colorado’s most competitive Senate districts, has been touting herself as a former educator who “supports funding schools to provide our children with great teachers and the quality education that every child deserves,” according to her website.