Where Scott McInnis leads, all of his former rivals plan to follow.Last Thursday, Tom Tancredo confirmed in this space that he was part of a group coming up with a unity platform Republican Scott McInnis could use against Bill Ritter in the 2010 gubernatorial campaign -- and that if all went ... More >>
Mike May is a jolly old soul.Mike May, minority leader of the Colorado House, is coming to the end of what he calls "my eighth and final year down there" -- but he's not going quietly. Yesterday, he introduced the 7th District electorate to Ryan Frazier, who dropped his U.S. Senate campaign i ... More >>
Ryan Frazier seen leaning to the left. It's a camera trick.Earlier today, former U.S. Senate candidate Ryan Frazier officially became current House candidate Ryan Frazier, announcing his intention to challenge Representative Ed Perlmutter in the 7th Congressional District during an appearance ... More >>
Josh Penry."Time For Josh Penry to Make His Move in Republican Guv-Nomination Race," a blog published about this time yesterday, noted that Penry seems to be filling the GOP vacuum that his principal rival, Scott McInnis, has left gaping thus far. The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza apparent ... More >>
The cover of the new Colorado Ethics Watch report.
No need for Mike Coffman to thumb through "Ethics Roundup: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 2009," a new report by Colorado Ethics Watch, in order to look for his name. Even though CEW brought a complaint against the congressman for actions he took w ... More >>
Among Governor Bill Ritter's latest politically dubious moves was his decision to create a new chief operating officer gig, with a salary of $146,000, to oversee federal stimulus money. That's red meat for the GOP, and House leader Mike May chomped into it like a starving Rottweiler, decl ... More >>
In today's Rocky Mountain News, Lynn Bartels demonstrates once again why she made our list of the five journalists who the Denver Post should poach first in the event of a Rocky closure -- a sidebar to the feature article headlined "The Rocky Mountain News is Going Down." In her piece "Ethics Charg ... More >>