Former President Bill Clinton is pleading with Colorado Democrats to stick with Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet, saying that a vote for Republicans would return the nation to dangerous times.
About 2,000 people packed a high school gym Monday in northeast Denver to hear Clinton speak in a rally that... more »
Unsuccessful Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff has landed a new job at an anti-poverty group that helps farmers in developing countries.
The Democrat tells The Denver Post that he'll work for Lakewood-based International Development Enterprises, where he'll travel frequently.
The former state House speaker turned down being considered for... more »
It's sprint time for Colorado Senate candidates in primary elections. They're working the phones, waving signs on busy street corners and putting final touches on what they hope will be victory speeches Tuesday night.
Democrats are focusing on Colorado Springs. That's because El Paso is the most populous Colorado... more »
President Barack Obama is pleading with Colorado Democrats to stick with Sen. Michael Bennet in a primary challenge, calling the appointed senator "the person that I want alongside me."
Bennet is facing a primary challenge from Andrew Romanoff, a former state lawmaker who has blasted Bennet as too cozy... more »
Are voters getting tired of Colorado's Senate primary candidates? The folks in southern Colorado appear to be, with a major debate planned in Pueblo being canceled for lack of interest.
Action 22, a civic group that advocates for 22 southern Colorado counties, planned to play host to Democrat Andrew... more »
Another Gore marriage is on the ropes.
The eldest daughter of Al and Tipper Gore, Karenna, has been separated from her husband, Andrew Schiff, for a couple months. Two friends of the family who spoke on condition of anonymity say the couple is seeking counseling. Karenna is 36. Andrew... more »
Former Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff has formally announced he will challenge U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet in the Democratic primary. Romanoff kicked off his campaign in Pueblo Wednesday. He told a crowd of about 80 that a U.S. senator should be elected, not chosen. It was a dig at Bennet,... more »