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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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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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Blogger Defends His Actions In Dan Maes’ Dropout Proposal

A prominent conservative blogger and Tom Tancredo supporter yesterday denied that he attempted to break Colorado law by offering a monetary deal to Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes to drop out of the race.

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One TV Analyst, Aaron Harber, Predicts Little Damage For Buck

Despite heavy media coverage, one political pundit doesn’t think Republican U.S. Senate candidate Ken Buck’s saying that being gay is partially a choice, like being an alcoholic, will have a significant impact on the election.

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Gubernatorial Candidates Debate Business

The three main gubernatorial candidates got down to business yesterday during a debate sponsored by the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry, the state chamber of commerce.

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First Lady Visits Denver To Support Bennet In Senate Campaign

First Lady Michelle Obama at a fundraiser in Englewood yesterday for Democrat U.S. Senate candidate Michael Bennet said she is a supporter of Bennet because as a mother she believes Bennet is working for a positive future for her children.

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Republicans Take Aim At Potentially Ineligible Voters

Legislative Republicans are touting a pending proposal they say will ensure only citizens vote–following a news report Thursday that some 12,000 registered Colorado voters are listed as non-U.S. citizens because they failed to check a box affirming citizenship when they registered to vote.

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Post Endorsements In 10 Seats Would Have GOP Near Control

The Denver Post today endorsed candidates in 10 House races. If voters take the newspaper’s advice, Colorado’s House would move to within just one seat of a Republican takeover.

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Colo. Candidates’ Pot Views Are Revealed

More than 20 candidates running for office in Colorado are in favor of legalizing marijuana for adults, according to a report released yesterday.

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