Three Republican CD2 candidates discuss terrorism and their qualifications in Vail.
Republican Congressional candidate Chuck Wooten will host a town hall tonight, focusing on the proposed cuts of the A-10.
A collection of political news from across the state making headlines today:
Unfamiliar or even blocked phone numbers started showing up on caller IDs throughout the Old Pueblo yesterday, with a stranger on the other end of the line asking them to call Republican congressional candidates.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has launched a new, nationwide ad campaign tying Republican candidates to a budget proposal this week made by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.)
A local retired Air Force chief master sergeant who gained Internet fame for his fiery letter to Rep. Paul Ryan defending veterans now wants to be his colleague.
The following editorial appeared Friday in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
PARK CITY, Utah — Mitt Romney urged a gathering of political and business leaders to set aside partisan bickering and to seek solutions to the nation’s most pressing issues.
The following editorial appeared in Wednesday's Washington Post:
President's 'backup plan' just might goad Republicans into approving bipartisan immigration reform.
Republicans shouldn’t worry that President Obama is trying to destroy the GOP. Why would he bother? The party’s leaders are doing a pretty good job of it themselves.
Did you think the election was going to end uncertainty over the future course of U.S. economic policy? Dream on. There are at least three ways the standoff over the “fiscal cliff” — the automatic spending cuts and tax increases set to start in January — could play out.
I know it’s early, but I have a sinking feeling the Republican Party is taking all the wrong lessons from last week’s election. Short-term, that’s a boon for Democrats. Long-term, it’s a problem for the country.
PRESIDENT: The leading figure in a small group of men of whom — and of whom only — it is positively known that immense numbers of their countrymen did not want any of them for president.
Back when he was being “severely conservative,” Mitt Romney suggested that responsibility for disaster relief should be taken from the big, bad federal government and given to the states, or perhaps even privatized. Hurricane Sandy would like to know if he’d care to reconsider.
BOCA RATON, Fla. • This year, in the race for the White House, the debates have really mattered. The issues, not so much.
After two debates, one presidential and one vice presidential, we can fairly conclude that Obama and Biden are happy warriors.
WASHINGTON — Nearly six in 10 Medicare recipients would pay higher premiums under a hypothetical privatized system along the lines of what Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has proposed, according to a study released Monday.