Darryl Glenn’s struggling U.S. Senate campaign in Colorado is increasingly worrying Republicans and party strategists about squandering a chance to defeat a once-vulnerable Michael Bennet.
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Iran nuclear deal not as ‘explosive’ as expected in Colorado Senate race, despite Michael Bennet’s support
Once seen as radioactive to his re-election chances, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet’s decision last year to support a nuclear deal with Iran appears less potent now.
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet took significant political heat for his support of the Iran nuclear deal in 2015, and it remains an issue as he campaigns for re-election. Bennet spoke to The Denver Post earlier this week about the issue.
Democrat Michael Bennet holds a dominant position in Colorado’s U.S. Senate race, boasting a double-digit lead against Republican challenger Darryl Glenn in a new poll.
Months before the election, Republican Darryl Glenn is fighting for his political life, struggling to prove he is a viable candidate against Democratic incumbent Michael Bennet.
U.S. Senate candidate Darryl Glenn’s stance on abortion became a political ping-pong ball this week, all while he has avoided answering a key question on the contentious topic.
Colorado Democrats’ unity pleas fall on deaf ears, and more from Day 2 at the Democratic National Convention
Colorado political news, notes and a look ahead to Wednesday at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb, a Hillary supporter, and Skip Madsen, who backs Sanders, helped to craft a proposal that would limit the power of so-called superdelegates.
Former U.S. senator from Colorado Bill Armstrong was remembered by hundreds at Cherry Hills Community Church Saturday morning.
A new poll of likely Colorado voters gives an edge to Democrats Hillary Clinton and Michael Bennet but showed a lukewarm response to Gov. John Hickenlooper as a possible Clinton pick for vice president.