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Will The Real Cory Gardner Please Stand Up?

He can be funny, likable and—depending on the day—a political turncoat, a GOP savior, or a partisan hack. So, now that's he's been a U.S. senator for six months, who is the Gentleman from Colorado?

Are Colorado Voters Paying Attention?

The 2014 election proved that our political process has to change. But the part that needs a makeover might not be what you think.


Hoppy Politics

This is part of a weekly series, published fresh on Thursday mornings. 

Jared Being Jared

Colorado’s most visible and polarizing congressman is unconventional, unpredictable, pragmatic, probably brilliant, and incredibly wealthy. But is his unique approach to politics part of a master plan to give our government a makeover, or is it just how he rolls?

Man On A Mission

On the road with state GOP chairman Ryan Call as he tries to navigate the most unforgiving job in Colorado politics.


Working Stiffs

The staff at the Denver Office of the Medical Examiner continue to tend to the dead—even if they don’t know where they’ll be doing their jobs next.


Right Winging It

Author, pundit, provocateur, Coloradan: Is Michelle Malkin's divisive voice the cure to what ails the Republican Party?

Forward Progress

After playing a key role in turning Colorado blue, are the state’s best-known liberal hell-raisers losing their mojo?

GOP Visits Denver Today

The Republican National Committee arrives today to check venues, amenities, and financing plans, as part of Denver's bid to host the 2016 GOP convention.


Matter Of State

When you head to the polls next month, you’ll find a slew of questions about taxes and education (see “Voter’s Guide,” below). Of course, that’s nothing new. These yawn-inducing  topics are among the top issues Coloradans regularly see on the ballot. Here’s a look at how statewide ballots have broken down over the past decade.

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