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Vince is editor of The Gazette in Colorado Springs and was an editor at The Washington Post and Denver Post. He is the author of two politics biographies.
Mark formerly was news director of the Denver Business Journal, an editor at The Denver Post, and an editor and reporter at newspapers in San Francisco and the Seattle area. He holds national awards for business and science journalism.
Senior reporter / deputy managing editor
Joey was part of the Denver Post team that won the Pulitzer Prize in 2013 and is a two-time Pulitzer finalist. A journalist for more than three decades, he previously covered the environment, the casino industry, civil rights and sports in the South.
Erin has 15 years of experience writing, editing and designing for newspapers, magazines, websites and publishing houses. She previously served as military reporter at The Gazette and has contributed to several publications.
Dan is a longtime journalist and veteran of the Colorado political scene, having served as a newspaper reporter, editorial page editor, senior legislative staffer and political consultant.
Ernest has covered politics for The Colorado Statesman and Colorado Politics for a decade. He previously was an editor and reporter with several newspapers in metro Denver.
Chief legislative reporter
Marianne has covered the Colorado General Assembly and elections for two decades, focusing on campaign finance, education, water, rural issues and agriculture.
Stephanie also is web and projects designer at The Gazette in Colorado Springs, where she designed the investigative series “Other than Honorable,” which received the 2014 Pulitzer Prize in national reporting.