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A lively 6th Congressional District debate on Sept. 23 resulted in some testy exchanges between two candidates locked in a tight race less than a month before voters begin receiving ballots in the mail. Republican Congressman Mike Coffman and … more
Taking action in her campaign, Colorado State School Board Candidate, Laura Boggs says now is the time to focus on education. “We need to get focused and we need to start to act,” she said. A former member of the Jefferson County School … more
During Saturday’s candidate forum at the Westminster Grange Hall, Laura Boggs and Jane Goff spoke to voters about why they’re the best candidate for the Colorado State Board of Education for Congressional District 7. The women also answered … more
Campaign attack ads dominating television airwaves across the state depict Colorado’s senatorial candidates as extreme, harmful and woefully out of step with their fellow Coloradans. Crossroads GPS — a conservative political action committee … more
When Rick Reigenborn looked at who was running for Adams County sheriff, he said he didn’t like what he saw. “For me it became I could complain or I could try and change it myself,” said Reigenborn, the Democratic candidate for … more
Members of the Citizens for Adams 12 Schools campaign will be hosting a community walk on Oct. 11 to get the word out on 3I and 3J. Voters can visit www.yesforadams12schools.com for more information on the measures or contact campaign manager … more
Where’s the beef? In the very last place you’d look for it. On Sept. 23, 26 beefy guys were slicing, chopping and carving it up at South Suburban Ice Arena in Centennial, literally on the ice, in hopes that their mad knife skills would win … more
If now isn’t the time to invest in the education of Adams 12 students, then when? That’s the question district residents must answer as they decide whether to pass a pair of ballot issues that the school district says will improve classroom … more
Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney threw red meat at Republicans in Littleton on Sept. 29, blasting the record of Gov. John Hickenlooper during a rally to urge support for GOP candidates this … more
The debate over voters' wisdom in backing the 1992 Taxpayer Bill of Rights resumed last week after it was made apparent that Coloradans can soon expect their first state revenue-related tax refunds … more
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