He's gay, he's Republican, he's one of Denver's greatest standup comedians. Talk to anyone who's been in the scene for more than a few years, and they'll tell you: Chuck Roy has been instrumental in creating what is now known as Denver comedy. After years spent warming up crowds for Craig Kilborn in ... More >>
Election day is finally here -- and with it comes the news that Secretary of State Scott Gessler, Colorado's chief election officer, is facing both criminal and ethics investigations. Last month, a watchdog group accused Gessler of misusing state funds for his personal travels, and now it appears th ... More >>
Flanked by three of her eighteen grandchildren, Ann Romney told a crowd of supporters yesterday afternoon in Littleton that her husband is a compassionate man who doesn't fail. Her rally for Mitt on the eve of the high-stakes presidential debate in Denver shed light on the significance of Colorado i ... More >>
Mitt Romney is not attracting much Latino support, and his outlook is even bleaker when it comes to black voters in Colorado and across the country. But a lot of folks like these who would vote for President Obama probably won't bother to show up. The result? A Romney win. This is the logic of Dic ... More >>
Where's Mike Coffman? That's the question raised by a new site called Wheresmikecoffman.com, which accuses the reelection-seeking Republican congressman of being unresponsive to voters. In response, Coffman's spokesman says the politician has been available at all kinds of public events -- and deno ... More >>
As part of this week's feature "Purple Haze," we take a dive into the millions of dollars used for advertising in Colorado by the presidential campaigns and a handful of very wealthy super PACs. Based on the latest numbers, more than $25 million has been spent in this battleground state as of August ... More >>
Update: This weekend, Colorado Springs Gazette editorial page editor Wayne Laugesen published a scathing piece in which he argued that Planned Parenthood was likely worse than Penn State when it came to covering up sexual assaults on children; our previous coverage is below. Laugesen explains the ti ... More >>
Former Governor of New Mexico Gary Johnson, who is now running for president as a Libertarian, stopped in Denver yesterday for Pridefest. He took a break from schmoozing with potential voters to chat with Westword about his campaign, the Libertarian Party, marijuana, gay marriage and his ongoing bat ... More >>
Surprise: Sarah Palin offered up some new material. Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin was scheduled to begin speaking to the faithful gathered at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds at 9 a.m. today, but just prior to that time, KHOW yakker Dan Caplis announced tha ... More >>
Black Panther-turned-barbecue master Bobby Seale talks about what's worth re-creating from the 1968 DNC.
Marc Holtzman's got a feeling that something in the Grand Old Party ain't right.
Along for the ride on the Silver City Express.
To save East Village, is it necessary to destroy it?
From the week of June 1
From questionable campaign contributions to administrative failures, Secretary of State Vikki Buckley's office has been a losing game.
Dr. Warren Hern ranks high on the anti-abortionists' hit list. They're playing Ken Scott's song.
From dark horse to Nighthorse, it's been one hell of a ride for Ben Campbell.
CONTRARY TO POPULAR OPINION, GALE NORTON'S QUEST FOR THE SENATE WILL BE ANYTHING BUT A BREEZE.
CONSERVATIVE STRATEGISTS GEAR UP FOR THE INFORMATION HIGHWAY.RIGHT ON! EMPOWERMENT TO THE PEOPLE: CONSERVATIVES TUNE IN AND TURN ON.