Campaign finance loose
Ever wonder how Bob Schaffer killed the two years between his last congressional
stint and his current run for the U.S. Senate?
Candidates set sights on county land codes
LONGMONT — Whoever wins the two open seats on the Board of County Commissioners
come November will likely have to help disentangle years of land-use regulations
that some believe have become unpredictable and subjective.
District 17 hopefuls’ views similar
BOULDER — While Longmont attorney Brandon Shaffer said Friday that Colorado needs a long-term road map to handle its ongoing needs, Lafayette Mayor Chris Berry talked about being on that road.
Filmmaker Moore applauds Kinsey
Bob Kinsey hopes a box office boon will buoy his congressional campaign.
Kennedy sets sights on Congress
BOULDER — Clad in a wetsuit and armed with props, Republican congressional candidate Michael Kennedy met with reporters on Tuesday at the Boulder Reservoir to talk water.
Kerry pursues Colo. veterans
DENVER — Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry is courting an estimated 400,000 veterans and 100,000 active soldiers in Colorado, hoping his war record in Vietnam will take votes from President Bush in a state suddenly considered vital to the campaign.
Matsunaka sets up shop
LONGMONT — Stan Matsunaka opened a campaign office in downtown Longmont on Friday night surrounded by supporters from both sides of the political fence.
Monday deadline for voters to register
DENVER — Coloradans will get the chance to help settle a set of political
family feuds in next monthâ€™s primary election contests.