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34 min ago | Politico
U.S. Chamber of Commerce polling, conducted by Fabrizio, Lee & Associates last Wednesday and Thursday, shows the Colorado Senate race is a dead heat with the climate favorable for the GOP.
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2 hrs ago | Daily Kos
They really are despicable. That picture up there? President Obama and Sen. Mark Udall looking dismayed and upset, ostensibly about Obamacare? That's a screenshot from an ad from the Kochs' Americans for Prosperity.
5 hrs ago | The Hill
Americans for Prosperity, the national conservative group backed by the billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch, is launching new ads attacking Democrats in Senate races in Louisiana, New Hampshire, Colorado and Michigan.
5 hrs ago | Colorado Political News
Longtime Colorado Pols reader Republican 36 posted a fascinating diary last night about Republican Rep. Mike Coffman raising money with a different message on Obamacare.
8 hrs ago | The Huffington Post
A progressive super PAC is launching a campaign to "save the Senate" Wednesday with plans to target Republicans in key Senate races through massive volunteer efforts.
A press release from conservative advocacy group Americans for Prosperity announces a press conference tomorrow at the Colorado Capitol, going after Democratic Sen. Mark Udall for his support of Obamacare : This Wednesday Americans for Prosperity Colorado will hold a press conference on the west steps of the state capitol with AFP President Tim ... (more)
A joint fundraising committee controlled by Republican Senate leaders Mitch McConnell and John Cornyn received contributions exclusively from executives of the independent oil and gas company Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, according to a report filed with the Federal Election Commission.
Democratic senators facing re-election in red states have the opportunity to lash out against the White House and distance themselves from President Barack Obama for delaying construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.
In even a neutral political environment, the 2014 midterms were going to be a challenge for Senate Democrats.
If Republicans are going to take over the Senate in November, it will be due to their ability to expand the map and challenge in states where they weren't expected to make much of a race of things.
Politically, it seems like a great idea, since kicking Keystone down the road - probably long past November - is better than an outright rejection for vulnerable oil-state Democrats, whose voters love the proposed project.
Wary of being on the losing side of the gender gap, Republican candidates are working to repel Democratic efforts to portray GOP policy on abortion, equal-pay laws and other matters as harmful to women.
The conservative Daily Caller reports on a new poll conducted for Republican-aligned SuperPAC American Crossroads on the Colorado U.S. Senate race: Incumbent Colorado Democratic Sen. Mark Udall has a slim lead over his challenger, Republican Rep. Cory Gardner, according to a new poll from American Crossroads.
Former state Sen. Mike Kopp muscled his way to the top of the ballot at the GOP State Assembly on Saturday in what will be a four-way Republican gubernatorial primary.
More than 1,200 Democratic delegates poured into the Colorado Convention Center Saturday, April 12 for the 2014 State Assembly, nominating a slate of statewide candidates to battle against Republicans this November.