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‘Votes first for District 59’

It’s election season, a time to reflect on what we’ve accomplished together and anticipate what’s ahead. For six years, I have represented House District 59, proud to serve alongside my Repu...

‘Truly stood up for rights’

My name is Shelli Shaw and I am not a politician. Like you, I’ve been watching our nation and our beautiful state go in a direction that breaks my heart. Children are being used as a politic...

‘EVs poised to take over the highway’

It’s National Drive Electric Week and there are many reasons to celebrate! By now, you have heard the buzz about electric vehicles (EVs) and charging stations in Colorado. Or maybe you have ...

Food-truck ban a smokescreen for Denver cops’ mistake

When powerful people make mistakes, they tend to blame less powerful people. The Denver Police Department is powerful. Denver’s food-truck owners, not so much. This power dynamic – not publi...

‘Will protect election infrastructure’

People like me don’t usually run for office. I grew up in the mountains of Estes Park and, at times, my family relied on food stamps and food banks. I was the first person in my family to at...

Shared values: ‘Free, fair elections’

The race for Colorado’s secretary of state has never been more important. We as Coloradans and Americans face a voter confidence challenge. As the former Jefferson County clerk and recorder ...

‘Delivering on what matters most’

Southwest Colorado embodies the freedom, natural beauty and pioneering spirit that our state is known for. As governor, I am focused on protecting our way of life, lowering the cost of livin...

‘Will be a governor for all’

I am a mom on a mission to make sure every Colorado child has access to the same American Dream I have lived. Unfortunately, that dream is slipping away, and Colorado is becoming the most da...

NFL team ownership ‘a can’t-miss business venture’

The recent sale of the Denver Broncos is unique for several reasons. It is a record $4.65 billion transaction. The former record sale was for the New York Mets in 2020 at a price of $2.4 bil...

Purple Cliffs ‘inherent to who we have become as a nation’

JoVonna Miller, a fourth-year student at Fort Lewis College, never envisioned herself living at Purple Cliffs. But for three weeks this summer, it was the only place she and her 13-year-old ...

‘Tragedy of the commons’ explains fake news crisis

Fake news, disinformation and conspiracy theories abound. If you want to understand the crazy, mixed-up, 21st century information ecosystem, think about it as what is called a “tragedy of th...

‘Politicizing public safety makes no one safer’

In the race for attorney general, voters deserve an honest conversation about public safety. A recent opinion piece by the Republican Chair Kristi Burton Brown strayed far from that standard...
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