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Colorado Economic Indicators Seen As Positive

DENVER (AP) — A review of Colorado’s economy in the first quarter of this year shows unemployment down and wages and personal income up.

The study by the University of Colorado’s Leeds School of Business was released Thursday by Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler. 59 more words

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Beauprez Rounds Out GOP Governor Primary

DENVER (AP) – Former U.S. Rep. Bob Beauprez has been certified to Republican primary ballots for governor.

The certification Wednesday of Beauprez’s petitions to make ballots settles the Republican field at four. 169 more words

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Mike Kopp Breaks Down His Agenda After Claiming Top Line At GOP Primary Ballot

DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado’s political world was surprised over the weekend when former state Sen. Mike Kopp claimed the top line of the GOP gubernatorial primary ballot. 563 more words

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How Will Kopp’s New Momentum Affect Race For Governor?

Former State Senator Mike Kopp shocked Colorado’s political world this last weekend by claiming the top line of the GOP Gubernatorial Primary ballot.

The top line is no guarantee of success on June 24th, but the fact that Kopp was able to go from the pack of “maybe” contenders to upsetting Secretary of State Scott Gessler, winning the top line, is indeed a significant achievement. 614 more words

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Tancredo’s Signature Approval Could Change The GOP Race

The Secretary of State formally certified the signatures Tom Tancredo submitted to appear on the GOP Gubernatorial ballot this week, and by doing so, changed the entire game at the GOP State Assembly this weekend. 756 more words

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Could Governor’s Race Put Focus on Amendment 41?

Since Colorado voters approved Amendment 41 in 2006, the Colorado Independent Ethics Commission has heard many complaints. However, the predominant number of cases that have been heard by the commission have not been major ethical or legal violations of taxpayer trust. 640 more words

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Panel To Discuss Complaint About Gov. Hickenlooper

DENVER (AP) – Colorado’s ethics panel will deliberate in public later this month about a complaint that the governor improperly accepted funds from a partisan group that has supported him in elections. 118 more words

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