Warren Stumping and Raising Money For Udall in Colorado

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) Elizabeth Warren will be in Colorado stumping and raising money for Mark Udall’s re-election bid on Friday. Politico has reported that she’ll be appearing with Udall and Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards. There are no additional

Colorado: Control of Senate Could Be In the Mail

Colorado has emerged as a critical battleground for control of the US Senate. Polls show the race between Democrat Sen. Mark Udall and GOP Rep. Cory Gardner within the margin of error. Little reported, however, is the fact that this

Colorado: Control of Senate Could Be In the Mail

Mark Udall Trips Over a Sage Grouse

Colorado Democrat Senator Mark Udall is talking a good game (bird) when it comes to an issue with significant economic ramifications for the West, including in Colorado; however, his actions, unlike his words suggest there is good reason for concern.

What the Frack? Udall in Trouble in Colorado

As The Hill points out, Democratic Sen. Mark Udall (Colo.) has been forced to take a side in Colorado’s fight over fracking, putting him at odds with his own state party.  Between Obama’s numbers being underwater, Democrats being viewed as anti-Fracking

Udall Skipping Obama Fundraiser for His Campaign

DENVER (AP) — President Barack Obama on Wednesday will headline his first fundraiser for a Senate Democrat in danger of losing this fall — but the candidate, Colorado Sen. Mark Udall, won’t be by his side. In a last minute

Udall Skipping Obama Fundraiser for His Campaign

Obama Gets Trolled by Guy in Horse Head Mask

The leader of the free world hasn’t been greeted like this before. Obama reacts as he is greeted by a man wearing a horse-head as he walked the streets of downtown Denver. pic.twitter.com/QNqnXKzwzm — Doug Mills (@dougmillsnyt) July 9, 2014

Obama Gets Trolled by Guy in Horse Head Mask

Bloomberg Gun Control Push 'Pulling The Trigger' on Red-State Dems

Michael Bloomberg’s latest gun control campaign is “pulling the trigger” on red-state Democrats running for re-election this fall. According to The Hill, the Bloomberg-backed Everytown for Gun Safety group will “begin questioning candidates for state and federal offices about their

Bloomberg Gun Control Push 'Pulling The Trigger' on Red-State Dems

Senate Democrats Forced to Defend More Seats

In even a neutral political environment, the 2014 midterms were going to be a challenge for Senate Democrats. They are defending 21 seats to the GOP’s 15, with only two of the Republican seats at any kind of risk of

Senate Democrats Forced to Defend More Seats

Vulnerable Dems Already Proving Reid Wrong (Video)

In response to Harry Reid: ‘Vulnerable Democrats’ Want to Campaign with Obama (Video): CNN has been trying very admirably to get “vulnerable Democrats” on the record to say whether or not they want the president campaigning with them.  Yesterday’s State

More on Senator Udall and the ObamaCare cancellation numbers

Over the weekend, I mentioned the controversy over ObamaCare cancellation numbers in Colorado, where staffers for Democratic Senator Mark Udall have been accused of trying to intimidate state officials into keeping the true fallout from Obama’s (and Udall’s) Big Lie

Democrat Senator Udall Asked State to Cook Books on Obamacare Numbers

CompleteColorado.com reports that emails show U.S. Senator Mark Udall’s (D-CO) office pressured the Colorado Division of Insurance to downplay the number of insurance cancellations caused by the rollout of ObamaCare. A full 249,199 Colorado citizens were victimized by ObamaCare’s cancellations.

Democrat Senator Udall Asked State to Cook Books on Obamacare Numbers

ObamaCare Puts IA, CO, MI Senate Seats Into Play

For the past year, most political observers have focused on Republican opportunities to capture Senate seats in red-states like Louisiana and Arkansas. The GOP had a plausible, but narrow, path to capture enough of these seats to win control of

ObamaCare Puts IA, CO, MI Senate Seats Into Play

Senate Dems. Condemn Obama's Verizon Phone Spying Program

On Thursday, Senate Democrats were harshly critical of the the Obama administration’s collection of private domestic and international phone records from Verizon customers.  Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR), according to The Hill, said the operation was an “outrageous breach” of privacy.  “I have

Senate Dems. Condemn Obama's Verizon Phone Spying Program

Senate renews warrantless wiretapping law

The Senate approved a five-year extension of a George W. Bush-era surveillance law that allows US spy agencies to conduct wiretapping on foreign citizens without a warrant. The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, approved by the House of Representatives in September,

Senate renews warrantless wiretapping law

Poll: Obama, Romney Tied in CO; Obama Underperforming

A Survey USA/Denver Post poll released on Friday has President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney essentially tied in Colorado, a state Obama won by nine points in 2008. Obama only leads Romney by 3 points in the RealClearPolitics average of polls.  In the poll, Obama

Poll: Obama, Romney Tied in CO; Obama Underperforming