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At least two races for seats in the Colorado House of Representatives appear likely to head to an automatic recount. And a third contest could join that list.
EMILY’s List, a national group that backs pro-abortion-rights Democratic women candidates, has endorsed 14 Colorado legislative candidates.
Then-President Barack Obama in a 2016 photo. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File)
Former President Barack Obama endorsed 13 Colorado Democrats Wednesday, including the gubernatorial ticket of Jared Polis and Dianne Primavera.
EMILY’s List, a national group that backs pro-choice Democratic women candidates, on Wednesday endorsed five legislative candidates running for open seats in Colorado’s June 26 primary election.
Most lawmakers with their own political action funds keep it on the down-low. But Rep. Leslie Herod is not most lawmakers.
The progressive Run for Something organization announced this week it’s backing several Colorado candidates for municipal office, school boards and legislative seats. The national group, which aims to recruit and support “talented, passionate young people” — up to age 35 — “who will advocate for progressive values” is getting behind dozens of Democratic candidates in 18 states in its initial round of endorsements, part of what organizers call an effort to build a bench in down-ballot races the traditional party apparatus often ignores.