John Hickenlooper’s rollout of a national security plan called for climate change to be treated as a security issue, but the presidential candidate has avoided the topic of the recent U.S. energy production boom, which he cited in 2015 as heralding a new era of safety and stability to liberal democracies that value freedom.
John Hickenlooper attempted to bend the Colorado attorney general to his will during his second term as governor, but as a presidential candidate he’s touting a plan to make the federal attorney general more politically independent and less responsive to the nation’s top executive.
Author Marianne Williamson has cracked the 65,000-donor threshold to get on the stage for the Democratic primary debates next month, reaching the mark before such candidates as Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) and former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D.).
Michael Bennet offered to remove himself from consideration in 2009 to allow then-Mayor John Hickenlooper to be appointed to the U.S. Senate, according to audio from an interview Hickenlooper gave years ago.
An upcoming vote by Denver residents on homelessness issues is a fresh illustration of one of the key policy failures of John Hickenlooper spanning his tenure as both Denver mayor and Colorado governor, during which he vigorously advocated and promoted a “10 year plan to end homelessness.”
A left-of-center news outlet in Colorado says presidential candidate and former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper is exaggerating his track record on the death penalty while on the campaign trail.
Several Democratic presidential candidates defended freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar (D., Minn.) on Friday after President Donald Trump and Republicans slammed her for minimizing the September 11th terrorist attacks to “some people did something.”
The father of a victim in a police brutality case from Denver 10 years ago is again calling out John Hickenlooper, alleging that while mayor, Hickenlooper dodged requests for meetings from the family and provided no leadership on the matter, but briefly used it toward his own political ends during his first run for governor in 2010.
Former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper (D.), who recently announced he was running for president, signed a “No Fossil Fuel Money” pledge on Sunday during a campaign stop, but then crossed out his name when he learned that he couldn’t accept donations from individuals tied to the fossil fuel industry.