Managing Editor, Colorado Politics
Among the large and growing field of Democrats who want to be president, there's very liberal, liberal, and not so liberal.
Colorado — a state that went for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump by 4.9 percentage points in 2016 — is being eyed by the president's campaign manager as flippable in 2020.
Mark Udall, a former U.S. senator from Colorado and Boulder congressman, called Monday for the University of Colorado to reopen its search for its next president, days ahead of an expected vote on sole finalist Mark Kennedy.
Kent Thiry, who has been active in Colorado political causes while leading one of the state's largest corporations, will step down as chief ex…
Barr was asked at a congressional hearing about a bill sponsored by Sen. Cory Gardner to give states a freer hand in setting marijuana policy.
The state of Colorado is settling its legal dispute with Masterpiece Cakeshop and its owner, Jack Phillips, over the shop’s refusal to make a …
Former Gov. John Hickenlooper declared himself a presidential candidate Monday, and here’s how national news outlets reacted.
As he continues his not-quite-a-candidate-yet tour of early-primary states in the 2020 presidential race, a national news outlet wonders if the former Colorado governor's elbows are sharp enough to win.