Tag Archive | "2010 Election"

What Colo. Opinion Writers Are Saying Today

They address Josh Penry’s planned exit from Colorado Senate, Rep. Cory Gardner’s questioning of membership fees Colorado pays, and Bill Ritter’s secret cell-phone bills.

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GOP Tantalized By Colo. House Prospects, But Dems Have Strength

There’s a reason for Colorado Republicans’ optimism for reclaiming the Colorado House in November 2010.

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Penry’s Announcement Against Running Means Scrum In HD-54

Sen. Josh Penry will not seek re-election to his Senate seat.

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Curry’s Affiliation Switch Shines Spotlight On ‘Unfair’ Election Laws

Colorado has the longest waiting period of any state for unaffiliated candidates.

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WSJ: Senate Race Splits Colorado Democrats

National and state Republican leaders have zeroed in on Colorado’s junior senator, Democrat Michael Bennet, as a top target in their campaign to gain U.S. Senate seats.

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Chums: Togetherness of Penry, McInnis Sparked Rumor of Job in Offing

Former gubernatorial candidate Josh Penry invited some of his staunchest supporters to lunch last week at Maggiano’s Little Italy to meet his one-time rival, Scott McInnis.

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Penry: I Won’t Run For Lieutenant Governor, Either

State Sen. Josh Penry, R-Grand Junction, said he isn’t interested in joining the ticket of his onetime rival, Scott McInnis, as the candidate for lieutenant governor.

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Despite Gap, Colorado GOP Upbeat About 2010 Elections

Bolstered by public frustrations with government, GOP leaders have set their sights on reclaiming the state House and Senate in an election year that will shape Colorado politics for the next decade.

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Colorado Governor’s Race Called Country’s 10th-Most Interesting

Colorado’s transition from a nine-point Bush state in 2000 to a nine-point Obama state in 2008 has been well-documented. But the honeymoon is over, The Hill newspaper reports.

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ColoradoPols Says McInnis Considering Penry As Running Mate

The left-leaning political blog site ColoradoPols said the rumor, relayed by credible GOP sources, is based on ongoing negotiations that have, among other things, delayed resolution of the field for Penry’s state senate seat.

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