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Republican House could boost defense companies

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Defense corporations could be celebrating this morning – a Republican-controlled House of Representatives could mean more business coming their way. House Republicans are more likely to advocate a stronger approach to China, according to Bloomberg.com analysis. That could be a potential boost to both Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman, even as Congress tries to control… Continue Reading Republican House could boost defense companies

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Seizing control of the House and gaining strength in the Senate, triumphant Republicans ushered in a new era of divided government Wednesday and served notice they will confront President Barack Obama with a conservative agenda to cut government and spur private-sector jobs. “We’ve been given a second chance and a golden opportunity,” Rep. Eric Cantor… Continue Reading Republicans ride voter unrest to control of House

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Colorado Republicans fear their party will become a minor party and lose fundraising advantages in the 2012 presidential election if its candidate for governor, tea party favorite Dan Maes, gets less than 10 percent of the vote on Nov. 2. It’s a stunning prospect for a party that has the largest number of registered voters… Continue Reading GOP fears losing majority party status in Colorado

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The enthusiasm gap between Democrats and Republicans in the first midterm elections of President Barack Obama’s presidency is no myth – and his party may suffer hugely in two weeks because of it. Just half of those who voted for Obama in 2008 say they will definitely show up Nov. 2 while two-thirds of those… Continue Reading Poll: Enthusiasm gap favoring Republicans no myth

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A deep-pocketed alliance with ties to top Republicans Karl Rove and Ed Gillespie is pumping more than $4 million into key Senate races in a single week of advertising, a crucial infusion to counter a surge in Democratic Party spending as Election Day draws near. The new wave of ads by Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies… Continue Reading GOP-allied group weighs in with $4 million in ads

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RNC chair: GOP needs to focus on winning

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Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele stopped Thursday in northern Colorado to drum up support for the GOP and promote party unity, but failed to mention the Republican congressional candidate in the district. That candidate, state Rep. Cory Gardner, has been critical of Steele in the past and didn’t attend the rally, which was held… Continue Reading RNC chair: GOP needs to focus on winning

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RNC Chair Steele touring Colo. for GOP

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Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele is in Colorado to rally support for GOP candidates during his national “Fire Pelosi” bus tour. Steele will be in Fort Collins Thursday morning in the district that Republican candidate Cory Gardner is trying to take from incumbent Democrat Betsy Markey. Gardner has been critical of the job Steele… Continue Reading RNC Chair Steele touring Colo. for GOP

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Opposing forces unite against amendments

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Five years ago, a business-led political coalition that included Republicans, Democrats and a broad range of business, labor and environmental groups came together to pass Referendum C, a measure which permanently eliminated the state TABOR ratchet and temporarily suspended other TABOR provisions. After the measure passed, the coalition dissolved, and Colorado politics returned to its… Continue Reading Opposing forces unite against amendments

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GOP voters face tough primary choice

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Colorado Republican voters face tough – some might say dispiriting – choices today. Should they vote for an accused plagiarist, or an opponent whose grasp of public policy has been questioned several times? Should they even wait to see if someone better comes along after the primary? At a time when Republicans across the nation… Continue Reading GOP voters face tough primary choice

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A sad state of affairs for the Colorado GOP

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With Tuesday’s primary upon us, the Colorado Republican party is in disarray, and it’s a sad thing to see. While that sentiment is surely hard for some to swallow, no democracy-loving American should rejoice in what’s happening to the Republicans in Colorado right now. After all, when one of our two major parties is crumbling,… Continue Reading A sad state of affairs for the Colorado GOP

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