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Kelly Sloan: "It remains likely that Sanders will, in fact, win Colorado on March 3, but there are differences between now and 2016 that are significant. The field of competition, for instance, is much larger now than it was then. In 2016, Sanders' only real primary opponent was Hillary Clinton. He now faces a much larger contingent and significant competition for the left-wing vote." Continue Reading

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Herb Atchison, Adam Paul and Marc Williams: "Unfortunately, SB20-093 will endanger the very delicate balance that protects consumers and provides for attainable housing options. Consumers will pay and economic development will take a big hit. In the end, all Coloradans will pay the bill for this bad idea." Continue Reading

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As Joe Biden’s flailing campaign headed toward a fifth-place finish in New Hampshire, the former vice president managed to get off some doozies. Perhaps most memorable was the time he jokingly dismissed a student questioner at one of his events as a “lying, dog-faced pony soldier.” But the m… Continue Reading

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Matt Mackowiak: "The once highly competitive battleground states of Colorado and Virginia are no longer seen as real swing states in this year’s presidential election, which is more likely to be decided by Arizona and even Georgia. This could have serious down-ballot consequences for Republicans. That’s because when presidential candidates show up, so do voters." Continue Reading