Denver blog posts speak geek. At our Show & Tell blog, Cory Casciato shares a glossary of geek, from "fandom" to "nerdrage." Coyote Gulch: February storms boost Colorado's snowpack. The Colorado Independent's Sandra Fish notes that Bob Beauprez's big bucks give him a gubernatorial campaign advant ... More >>
Denver blog posts remember. At our Show & Tell blog, Byron Graham shares memories of comic Lori Callahan, who was just 54 when she died. Colorado Pols says Bob Beauprez goes both ways on a personhood abortion ban. Denver Frank shares a graphic featuring every state's favorite artist.
When GQ offered to make over Colorado Congressman Jared Polis -- caught on camera wearing a polo shirt with a bow tie -- we couldn't resist offering our own makeover suggestions for the Boulder Democrat. So when two Republicans recently announced they were going to join the hordes going for statew ... More >>
Denver blog posts are signing in. At our Show & Tell blog, Bree Davies offers advice about dismantling sexist culture one irrelevant strip-club sign at a time. Colorado Peak Politics on the official (at last) entry into the race for governor of Bob Beauprez. Denver Egotist on the local connection ... More >>
Denver blog posts are tough judges. Show & Tell's Byron Graham talks to Sexpot Comedy's Nikki Glaser about new mattresses and the Weirdo Olympics. Colorado Pols on Cory Gardner, "the devil you'll soon know," plus all those Bob Beauprez gubernatorial rumors. Denver Frank: This week in unnecessary ... More >>
Denver blog posts are good enough to eat -- figuratively speaking, anyhow. At our Cafe Society blog, Patricia Calhoun shares a comment from a reader who sees advantages to dining at non-participating eateries during Denver Restaurant Week. Coyote Gulch on an award-winning San Miguel River project. ... More >>
Mitt Romney.Denver blog post collection one for the week. Colorado Independent's Scot Kersgaard on Mitt Romney love in Colorado. Fans include Bill Owens, John Suthers, Bob Beauprez, Wayne Allard, Hank Brown and more, more, more! Elephant Journal's Julie (JC) Peters: Why lying broken in a pi ... More >>
Tom Tancredo.Against all odds, Tom Tancredo seems to be gaining momentum in his third-party gubernatorial run. With pundits essentially writing off Republican nominee Dan Maes, whose recent attempt to raise $500,000 in a day fell over $400,000 short, Tancredo operations manager Cliff Dodge is ... More >>
Three Denver blog posts here. A Predominantly Orange readers poll currently predicts a no. 1 AFC West finish for the Broncos. We can dream, can't we? Colorado Education News' Paul Teske says teacher evaluation is a sampling process. Sample the item here. Dan Maes showed up at today's Chann ... More >>
Cory Voorhis.Cory Voorhis is still fighting to get his job back after being fired as an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent for blowing the whistle in controversial fashion on a plea-bargaining practice. But he's also got his eye on a new gig. He's actively campaigning on behalf of Jam ... More >>
Cory Voorhis is playing the waiting game -- again.Last week, ex-ICE agent Cory Voorhis made his case for why he should get his old job back during a two-day hearing; click here to read J. David McSwane's account of the first session and here for his take on the second one. But even as he wait ... More >>
Cory Voorhis is finally getting a chance to be heard.Cory Voorhis, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent who was fired for leaking information from a restricted database to Republican Bob Beauprez's 2006 gubernatorial campaign, began making his case to get his job back before a federa ... More >>
Stephanie Villafuerte has a new strategy in her quest to become a U.S. Attorney.The nomination as U.S.Attorney of Stephanie Villafuerte hasn't gone nearly as smoothly as the Obama administration would like, due largely to accusations that she was involved in the political accessing of a feder ... More >>
In politics, timing is everything. Timing and money -- big money, in the case of anyone who's going to take on barely incumbent Senator Michael Bennet, who's already raised over $2 million to retain an office he's held for fewer than eight months. The money was a major obstacle in any run ag ... More >>
Bob Beauprez.Despite signs earlier this month that Bob Beauprez was itching to take on Michael Bennet in the 2010 race for the U.S. Senate, the former congressman and failed gubernatorial hopeful has decided against taking the plunge. Still, it's clear that the temptation to run was strong. Y ... More >>
Bob Beauprez.Our Monday Denver Blogs post linked a Colorado Pols item about Bob Beauprez, who lost to Bill Ritter in a 2006 gubernatorial bid, and now seems eager to take on Senator Michael Bennet in 2010. A Politico article Colorado Pols references finds Big Bob denigrating the chances that ... More >>
He's b-a-a-a-a-ck....Each day about this time, we cruise through the cyber-waters like sharks in search of bloggy chum. If you notice a rich, steaming bucket of news or opinion, scoop it our way. Insiders say Bob Beauprez is running for the U.S. Senate. Be still our beating hearts. (Colorado ... More >>
On Saturday, as railroad enthusiasts chased the 65-year-old Union Pacific steam engine powering the Denver Post train to Cheyenne Frontier Days, the chase was also on inside the train: to find out if Bob Beauprez is going to throw his cowboy hat in the ring for the U.S. Senate seat that Michael Benn ... More >>
For lease: the luckiest building in Denver. Four years ago, this space at 11th Avenue and Bannock Street was home to the Ken Salazar for Senate campaign -- a race that Colorado's then-attorney general won easily when the Republicans lined up behind Peter Coors, whose candidacy fell flatter tha ... More >>
Regrets? We’ve had a few.
Welcome to the 2006 Hall of Shame.
From the week of November 2, 2006
Fashion tips for the campaign trail.
Attack ads heat up the governor's race.
If Bob Beauprez needs a spanking, Jae Januze is ready to lend a hand.
Quit horsing around, Bob Beauprez!
From the week of May 25, 2006
Marc Holtzman's got a feeling that something in the Grand Old Party ain't right.
As other pubs fall, 5280 is a mile high and rising.
Better late than never
Are You Positive?
A representative sampling of our congressional candidates.
Mike Feeley , Colorado Commission on Higher Education
March 6, 2003
From the week of November 14, 2002
Political commercials outnumber political reports on local television.