Could Colorado become a red state?

Denver7 News | The Denver Channel BY: Marc Stewart POSTED: 4:32 PM, Jun 7, 2018 UPDATED: 6:56 PM, Jun 7, 2018 DENVER — When Donald Trump won the White House nearly two years ago, he did so without winning Colorado. But right now in 2018, state Republican leaders are already focused on a reversal in 2020. “I think people are …
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2018 State Assembly Results

Governor:
Walker Stapleton: 43.5%
Greg Lopez: 32.2%
Barry Farah: 12.1%
Cynthia Coffman: 6.0%
Steve Barlock: 4.9%
Lew Gaiter: 1.1%
Teri Kear: 0.2%
State Treasurer:
Justin Everett: 48.9%
Brett Barkey: 20.9%
Kevin Lundberg: 17.8%
Brita Horn: 12.3%
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Gardner, Tipton Secure Win for Western Slope

Most Coloradans — of both parties — want a government that remembers the entire state. The current governor of Denver could take a lesson from Colorado’s Republican delegation. Recently, Sen. Cory Gardner and Rep. Scott Tipton secured a big win for the Western Slope by ensuring the federal government will finally return millions of dollars it owes Garfield, Rio Blanco, …
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Polis tries to thwart press, transparency

It’s often said that politics is like chess, but that doesn’t excuse a politician who deploys vulnerable people like pawns, especially when his objective is to thwart transparent government and robust reporting. On Friday, the Durango Herald caught Jared Polis in an error and reported that he refuses to take responsibility for it: “U.S. Rep. Jared Polis is declining to say if …
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ICYMI: Thanks to tax cuts, state revenue growing

Colorado’s general fund revenue is expected to grow by as much as 10% next year, from $11.3 billion to $12.5 billion, and according to reports, the influx comes courtesy of President Trump’s and the Republicans’ tax cut. As the AP reported, “Record-high oil production, rising wages and the anticipated benefits of the new federal tax law will inject hundreds of millions …
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