The divisive battle between the Democratic Party’s establishment and progressive wings for the Democratic nomination in Colorado’s attorney general race escalated in a big way on Monday.
Congressman Jared Polis of Colorado, who is sponsoring a bill that would repeal the Trump tax cuts, thereby effectively raising tax rates on most Americans and businesses, recently reconfirmed to a reporter in his home state that for at least five years he paid no income taxes at all from 2001 to 2005.
Allegations by a congressional candidate that the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee put its thumb on the scale during a Colorado primary for its preferred candidate have reemerged after the Intercept published an audio recording of the conversation between the candidate and Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer on Thursday.
Three local governments in Colorado have launched a federal lawsuit similar to ones by cities like San Francisco and New York City alleging major oil producers knew as early as the 1980s that their products would cause environmental harm due to climate change and should create reparations funds.
Democratic Rep. Jared Polis, who is running for governor of Colorado this year, on Friday sent an email that fundraises off the anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D.) on Thursday compared current tensions between America’s rural and urban areas to those of the Civil War era, saying that today’s divide is “as significant.”
A Democratic state senator in Colorado, who is a man, “frequently” enters the women’s bathroom, contradicting his claim that he only accidentally used the ladies room once.
Levi Tillemann, who is running in Colorado’s 6th Congressional District’s Democratic primary, is no longer openly criticizing the Democratic Party—but if you ask him if the primary process thus far has been fair, he cannot bring himself to say “yes.”
Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is contributing $1 million dollars to an independent expenditure committee that will support the Colorado gubernatorial candidacy of Mike Johnston, a former Democratic state senator.
Single-payer health care will be a hot-button issue in states with gubernatorial races, a policy idea that seldom if ever sparked debate prior to the passage of the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare.