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  • Early mail-ballot returns favor Republicans in Colorado

    Early mail-ballot returns favor Republicans in Colorado
    A measure requiring that a ballot be mailed to every Colorado voter passed the Democratic-controlled Legislature on a strict party-line vote last year. At the time, GOP lawmakers said they saw it as unnecessary and burdensome for county clerks, who...
  • Candidates in hottest races make final appeals: 'Your vote matters'

    Candidates in hottest races make final appeals: 'Your vote matters'
    Hopscotching across fiercely divided terrain, candidates in the country's hottest contests made their final urgent appeals Monday in a midterm election that will determine control of the U.S. Senate and the size of the Republican House majority. After...
  • Albert R. Hunt: Candidates offer everything except governing agenda

    Albert R. Hunt: Candidates offer everything except governing agenda
    The U.S. midterm elections have had almost everything, except a vision for governing. Democrats leveled charges that hard-hearted Republicans would slice Granny's Social Security and throw her off the Medicare rolls while denying younger women...
  • As Senate clock ticks, Udall traverses Colorado, Gardner scales back

    As Senate clock ticks, Udall traverses Colorado, Gardner scales back
    Colorado's Sen. Mark Udall and Rep. Cory Gardner took starkly contrasting approaches in their campaign appearances Tuesday in the waning hours of one of the most competitive U.S. Senate contests this year. Udall, a Democrat seeking a second term,...
  • Why Lena Dunham shouldn't be allowed to vote

    Why Lena Dunham shouldn't be allowed to vote
    Tuesday is election day. Well, not exactly. As this newspaper reported in September, early voting has turned what used to be election day into the last day of "election month." Election month is bad, but it is a symptom of a deeper problem that makes...
  • Sen. Michael Bennet: Many roles, but No. 1 is getting Mark Udall reelected

    Sen. Michael Bennet: Many roles, but No. 1 is getting Mark Udall reelected
    Whether on stage in crammed hotel ballrooms or crisscrossing tree-lined college campuses, a consistent presence on the campaign trail for U.S. Sen. Mark Udall has been his colleague Sen. Michael Bennet -- the man also in charge of Democrats' chances of...
  • Colorado Senate: Republican Cory Gardner defeats incumbent Udall

    Colorado Senate: Republican Cory Gardner defeats incumbent Udall
    Calling Tuesday’s election a defining political moment, Rep. Cory Gardner swept to victory in a closely watched race, ousting Democratic Sen. Mark Udall and becoming the first Republican Colorado has sent to the Senate in more than a decade....
  • On abortion, election delivered mixed messages

    On abortion, election delivered mixed messages
    The 2014 midterm election was a mixed bag for abortion rights supporters: Two out of three state ballot measures that would have regulated the procedure went down to defeat, but control of the U.S. Senate swung to the Republican Party, with its...
  • Colorado's Democratic Gov. Hickenlooper wins; Republican foe concedes

    Colorado's Democratic Gov. Hickenlooper wins; Republican foe concedes
    Colorado's Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper defied a Republican tide and won a second term as votes from liberal bastions of the state helped propel him over Republican challenger Bob Beauprez. Late votes tallied Wednesday in the Democratic strongholds...
  • Tom Steyer gets little payoff for millions spent on green issues

    Tom Steyer gets little payoff for millions spent on green issues
    Environmentalists had something in their arsenal for Tuesday's election they never did before: a billionaire benefactor willing to empty his pockets of tens of millions of dollars to bring climate change to the forefront of political debate and elect...
  • No end to campaign in swing state of Colorado

    No end to campaign in swing state of Colorado
    The seventh-floor suite of an isolated business tower in this area of richly ethnic enclaves bustled for much of the last year with Republican volunteers poring over voter phone lists, then dialing to speak with residents not just in English, but also...