Thursday, March 24, 2011

Colorado Political News Brief – 3.24.2011

So tell us what you really think
In a rambling and rabid e-mail sent last week, one-time Colorado Springs mayoral hopeful Mitch Christiansen lashed out at nearly everyone in the race but the candidate he endorsed after dropping out….. Read More

Dems to decide late car registration fees
Colorado Republicans have long complained about higher car registration fees and late tag registration fines, but the final GOP attempt to roll back some of those fees faces a gloomy future in a Democratic Senate committee known for rejecting GOP ideas….. Read More

DPS is biting at the bit to spend money
Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg Tuesday released a newsletter to the DPS community, explaining that if the governor is able to spare K-12 education from a proposed $332 million in cuts, then the district might be able to add to its school spending next year….. Read More

Ex-Boulder Mayor to head American Solar Energy Society
Former Boulder Mayor Shaun McGrath, who resigned as mayor in early 2009 to take a job at the White House as deputy director of intergovernmental affairs, has been named executive director of The American Solar Energy Society….. Read More

Former state Rep. Stafford running for Aurora mayor
While Former state Rep. Debbie Stafford doesn’t plan an official campaign kick-off until early next week, Stafford said Tuesday afternoon she was planning to pull a candidacy packet at the Aurora city clerk’s office later that day….. Read More

Colorado’s top political movers and shakers
Campaigns & Elections magazine has come up with a list of, who they believe, are the most influential Republicans and Democrats in Colorado politics….. Read More

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