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Denver Post: Politics: Local Politics

  1. Andrew Romanoff's past and Mike Coffman's spending attract criticism
    In the feisty and finger-pointing race to represent a large swath of Denver's suburbs in Congress, U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman and Democrat Andrew Romanoff each has faced recent questions about how they're paying for their campaigns.
  2. Mike Coffman, Andrew Romanoff tangle on immigration, trade barbs
    U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, facing the fight of his political life as he seeks a fourth term in Congress, played up his willingness to work across the aisle and his support for measured immigration reform Thursday during his first debate with Democrat Andrew Romanoff.
  3. Rep. Mike Coffman and Andrew Romanoff battle for women's support
    Mike Coffman knows his potential weak spots in his race for a fourth term in Congress. There's his past support for "personhood" ballot measures, a position he's since reversed. And there's a list of votes that give Democrats grist to argue he's been unfriendly to women.
  4. Poll: Cory Gardner leads Mark Udall by 8 points — outlier or GOP wave?
    For one day at least, the battle this year for Colorado's U.S. Senate seat wasn't about health care, the economy or immigration.
  5. Castle Rock open carry election recount shows little shift in vote tally
    A just-completed recount of votes in Castle Rock's controversial open carry of firearms election shows little change in what voters decided last month, according to official totals released Thursday.