Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Colorado Political News Brief – 3.30.2011

New Larimer GOP chair has work to do
Facing deep debt on top of a potential massive campaign finance fines, Larimer County Republicans have turned to former congressional candidate Tom Lucero to lead them out of scandal….. Read More

Are Denver’s mayoral candidates giant douches?
At least one Westword reader isn’t buying what any of the candidates are selling….. Read More

JBC faces a $1 billion budget gap
“We’re trying to move as quickly as we can,” said Sen. Kent Lambert, R-Colorado Springs, who sits on the JBC. “It’s an incremental process. You can’t make one big decision and then it all falls together.”…. Read More

$100,000 to recall the DPS Board President
A special election seeking to recall Denver school board president Nate Easley would cost Denver taxpayers about $100,000….. Read More

Business backs GOP health care exchange
Colorado business groups rallied around a Republican-sponsored health care exchange bill Tuesday to try to rally support from its biggest critics — Republicans….. Read More

They’re not voting early or often in Colorado Springs
With only a week left before voting ends, 80 percent of Colorado Springs voters still haven’t returned their ballots….. Read More

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