Monday, April 25, 2011

Colorado Political News Brief – 4.25.2011

Diggs Brown still in debt
More than a year after abandoning his congressional campaign, former Fort Collins City Council member Diggs Brown is still carrying a debt of more than $20,000….. Read More

Schuck scorns Skorman in the Springs
Colorado Springs developer Steve Schuck has sent mayoral candidate Richard Skorman a blistering email concerning his comments at last week’s debate and his new TV ad. “Tell me that you have become just an everyday, run of the mill, wannabe politician whose personal ambitions transcend any sense of integrity and honesty,” Schuck’s email read….. Read More

Colorado Rep. Massey – the most moderate Republican
One vote stands between Rep. Tom Massey and the speaker of the House’s chair — his own….. Read More

Penfield Tate nominated to CSU board
Gov. John Hickenlooper has appointed former state senator and representative Penfield Tate, to the Colorado State University’s board of governors….. Read More

Sen. Bennet named top education activist
Time Magazine has named Senator Michael Bennet one of the nation’s top education activists. The magazine states that if any important education legislation or reform comes out of Washington this year, Bennet is likely to be in the middle of it….. Read More

Green Party endorses Linkhart for mayor
Denver’s Green Party has endorsed Doug Linkhart for mayor. They cited Linkhart’s lifelong history as an environmental advocate, especially during the past two decades as a public servant….. Read More

Hick backs steel mill's plan to expand
Gov. John Hickenlooper says he supports Evraz Rocky Mountain Steel's plan to ramp up production to 24 hours a day….. Read More

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