Tense moments occurred when the candidates were allowed to ask each other questions as part of the debate
As if months of despicable comments, stunts and behaviors hadn’t already forfeited his candidacy, his final debate performance Wednesday was the self-inflicted death knell to his hoax.
“The secret ballot is as much a cornerstone of American democracy as is freedom of the press, and last time I checked, officials and office holders of both parties still enjoy the right of a secret ballot,” said Mayor Steve Hogan
“The right to choose our leaders is our most solemn and sacred obligation as citizens,” said Carroll’s campaign spokesman Drew Godinich in a statement. “Americans have fought and died to protect that right. Congressman Coffman abandoning that obligation is the height of irresponsibility…Indecision is not leadership.”
Hey, Morgan Carroll and Mike Coffman. For the love of god, stop already with the lame-brain negative ads against each other
The race for the Senate District 28 will feature two very different candidates, both in terms of policy and experience. Aside from the obvious party affiliation divide, incumbent Democratic state Sen. Nancy Todd has about a decade’s worth more experience than her opponent, businessman and former Army infantryman, James Woodley.
Darryl Glenn, the pugnacious El Paso County Commissioner and lawyer from Colorado Springs, is taking on incumbent Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet for the state’s lone open U.S. Senate seat this November in a race that has waxed and waned between highly contested and all but buttoned-up over the course of the past 18 months
The race for the open at-large seat on the University of Colorado Board of Regents this election cycle comes with a slew of long-term political implications.
Broom will replace term-limited Tom Tobiassen for Aurora’s District F Regional Transportation District seat. District F, located in the eastern portion of RTD, represents the largest portion of Aurora and portions of nearby unincorporated Arapahoe County.
Democratic communications consultant and affordable housing advocate Dominique Jackson is taking on business owner and private security contractor Mike Donald in this year’s race for House District 42.The two candidates disagree on most political issues, each one largely falling in line with the views of their respective party.