Friday, April 22, 2011

Colorado Political News Brief – 4.22.2011

Is Mejia jealous or complaining
James Mejia fired back at Chris Romer Thursday, calling out his Denver mayoral race rival over $30,000 in campaign contributions from strip clubs….. Read More

Meet Glenwood's 50th mayor
Political aspirations have been in the back of Matt Steckler's mind for some time, but he never would have guessed when he moved to Glenwood Springs six years ago that he'd soon become the city's mayor.....  Read More

Confusion abounds in Colorado Springs runoff election
A proposed debate between Steve Bach and Richard Skorman is at the center of the latest controversy, and accusations are flying over who is to blame for its cancellation….. Read More

Candidate quits Denver’s mayoral race to run for council seat
Paul Noel Fiorino's run for Denver mayor was bumpy, with so many signatures disallowed that he failed to make the ballot. He announced that he'd carry on as a write-in candidate -- but now he's dropped that plan to join the 39 hopefuls for the late Carla Madison's District 8 city council seat….. Read More

Denver Police and Sheriff’s endorse Mejia
Denver Mayoral Candidate James Mejia has secured the endorsement of the Denver Police Protective Association (PPA) and the Denver Sheriff Department Lodge 27 of the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP)….. Read More

Hick at 100 days
Gov. John Hickenlooper marked 100 days in office today by thanking his Cabinet and state employees for their work on behalf of all Colorado residents….. Read More

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