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Former U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo made it official Tuesday: the Lakewood Republican is endorsing U.S. Senate candidate Erik Aadland, one of eight Republicans running for the Colorado seat held by Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet.

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Republican congressional candidate Laurel Imer raised nearly $30,000 for the most recent fundraising quarter in her bid to deny Democratic U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter a ninth term, her campaign said Thursday.

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Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser doesn't yet have a Republican challenger, but the Democrat's re-election campaign has more than $2 million in the bank. That's after hauling in just over $525,000 in the most recent fundraising quarter, according to his campaign manager.

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Republican Giulianna "Jewels" Gray, a candidate in Colorado's new 8th Congressional District, is formally kicking off her campaign next week with an event in the north metro area featuring a conservative author and the woman who will represent Colorado in the 2022 United States of America Pageant.

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Colorado’s independent congressional redistricting commissioners will either vote to adopt a redrawn map of the state’s U.S. House districts Tuesday, or else the most recent map drawn by their staff and released last week will be adopted by default.

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U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert said Friday that she was filing articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, but the Colorado Republican's announcement was overwhelmed by the online reaction to a misspelled graphic released by her office calling to "IMEACH BIDEN."

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Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser has won endorsements from every Democratic member of the state legislature and nearly every Democrat elected to state executive office, his campaign announced Thursday as the Democrat wrapped up a five-day, statewide tour to launch his re-election bid.

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Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser is kicking off his campaign for re-election Saturday with an appearance in Pueblo, followed by a series of events over the next five days that will take the Democrat up and down the Front Range and into the mountains.

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Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will be the draw at a high-dollar fundraiser in Colorado Springs next month for Republican U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn's re-election campaign, according to an invitation obtained by Colorado Politics.

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Former U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner faced nearly identical criticism two years ago when he hopped a plane for the nation's capital at about the same time then-Vice President Mike Pence was landing in Colorado for a Gardner fundraiser.

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Republican Heidi Ganahl will kick off her Colorado gubernatorial campaign with a seven-day state tour starting Tuesday in Monument, followed by additional stops through the day in major Front Range cities, her campaign said.

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John Mikos, the chairman of the El Paso County Democratic Party, said he doesn’t get discouraged helming the underdog team in one of the state’s most reliably Republican counties — in part, because the county’s electorate has been shifting toward his party in the last few cycles.

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The bill, approved on a 219-212 vote, would restore the ability of the U.S. Justice Department to prevent changes to voting rules in places with a history of discrimination and allow minority residents to challenge state laws they consider discriminatory — reversing the effects of two recent Supreme Court decisions.

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State Rep. Yadira Caraveo, a Thornton Democrat, on Tuesday became the first candidate to announce a run in next year's election for Colorado's eighth U.S. House seat, touting her background as a pediatrician and daughter of immigrants, her Adams County roots and a record passing progressive legislation.

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The progressive political action committee Democracy for America has again endorsed U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse, the Lafayette Democrat seeking a third term in Colorado's 2nd Congressional District.

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The staunch ally of former President Donald Trump was stripped of her House committee assignments earlier this year in an overwhelmingly party-line vote over earlier, incendiary comments on social media, including calling for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's execution.

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Colorado’s independent redistricting commissioners got an earful Tuesday night in Arvada — from the biggest crowd yet at a public input hearing — about the preliminary draft maps unveiled in June.