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Statesman: Outside Money Floods Into Colo. Statehouse Races

Senate Majority Leader John Morse, a Democrat, has been the biggest beneficiary of so-called 527s associated with a registered agent named Julie Wells.

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Colo. Election Campaign Spending Down To Wire

Education News Colorado spotlights campaign-finance developments in the state’s education races.

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Colo. U.S. Senate Race Turns To Money

The heated U.S. Senate race between Republican Ken Buck and Democrat Michael Bennet yesterday turned to money, with both sides attacking each other over campaign donations and income sources.

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‘Stand For Children’ Backs Its Endorsements With Cash

The education advocacy group Stand for Children has contributed money to nine of the 18 legislative candidates it previously endorsed, according to the latest campaign financial reports filed with the secretary of state.

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Education Interest Groups Active In Statehouse Campaigns

The Colorado Education Association may be the 800-pound education group in Colorado politics, but that doesn’t mean other interest groups aren’t trying to weigh in on 2010 legislative races.

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Maes Says Complaint is Politically Motivated

The Evergreen businessman faces more than $27,000 in fines for campaign finance violations that include nearly $43,000 in reimbursements to the candidate for gas mileage.

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How Colo. News Orgs Are Covering Latest Fundraising Numbers

Colorado candidates are now making public their fundraising totals for June.

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SB10-203: Colo. Lawmakers Respond To Citizens United

Colorado lawmakers are introducing legislation today in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent Citizens United decision, which allowed corporations and labor unions to make unlimited independent expenditures advocating for political candidates or issues.

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Colorado Campaign Spending Quadrupled From 2004 To 2008

Political campaign spending, you might say, is trending through the roof, and not just on the federal level.

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Fundraising Numbers Trickle In

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Jane Norton announced Monday that her campaign raised $816,000 for the first quarter of this year — an increase of about 48 percent.

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