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Denver Post: Politics: Local Politics

  1. Denver city employee indicted on DIA contract bribery charges
    Denver city official Larry Lee Stevenson tried to parlay his relationship with Mayor Michael Hancock into cash, but instead he got indicted on bribery charges.
  2. Fetal homicide bill gets initial nod in Colorado Senate
    A measure to allow for charges in the death of an unborn child won initial approval in the state Senate on Monday, an eventful start to the final full week of the General Assembly session.
  3. Legislators reach out to 'rural Colorado' after landslide to the right
    If Democrats don't mend fences out here amid the sprawling fields and crowded cattle barns of Colorado's Eastern Plains, their hopes for the 2016 presidential race and U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet's re-election could be swept away in the withering high prairie wind.
  4. Two vie for job as Denver clerk, a job thrust into the limelight
    When Debra Johnson was elected Denver clerk and recorder four years ago, Denver was one of only two Colorado counties that didn't post recorded documents online.
  5. Alternatives to Denver Mayor Michael Hancock try to tap discontent
    The three ballot-qualified challengers to Denver Mayor Michael Hancock lack political polish, delivering campaign messages unhoned by strategists.