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McMillan Withdraws Senate Bid

Jaime McMillan announced that he is withdrawing his bid for the U.S. Senate seat from Colorado.

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Rep. Court’s Bill Would Give More Info On Ballot Measures

A bill introduced last week in the state House of Representatives would put additional information about ballot measures in the state voter information guide, or Blue Book.

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Post: Curry Concedes HD-61 Race To Wilson

Democrat Roger Wilson this afternoon claimed victory in the race for the five-county House District 61 race against incumbent Rep. Kathleen Curry.

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Ritter: Buck’s Stance On Social Issues Cost Him Senate Seat

Ritter said social issues become important in a close election where unaffiliated voters are split down the middle.

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Colo. House Democrats Dispute GOP Control

With both parties relatively pleased with election results, will there be more room for collaboration and compromise?

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Bennet Beats Buck In Shockingly Expensive Senate Race

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet can shed the less-than-flattering definitions bestowed upon him by his conservative critics.

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How Will Today’s Vote Go?

On the eve of a midterm election that could dramatically alter the political landscape, the heads of both the Colorado Republican and Democrat parties were optimistic that today’s vote would go their way.

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El Paso County Pot Initiative Will Be Counted

An El Paso County District Court ruling this week could set a precedent for municipalities to run ballot initiatives that would prohibit future and existing medical marijuana businesses, advocates fear.

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Will Hickenlooper Go Negative?

A third party Democrat group over the weekend started running ads slamming Tancredo for supporting Referendum A in 2003, which would have bonded out $2 billion for water projects.

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Denver Credit Union Strips Facebook Page Of Campaign Barbs

A Denver credit union, Bellco, has removed from its Facebook wall pages of negative customer comments criticizing the company for spending $50,000 to attack incumbent Rep. Joe Rice, a Democrat, in his race against Republican Kathleen Conti.

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