Colorado Congressmen Recognize Wildfire Awareness Month
Congressmen Scott Tipton (CO-03), Mike Coffman (CO-06), Doug Lamborn (CO-05) and Cory Gardner (CO-04) joined together today to recognize October as Wildfire Awareness Month.

Reps. Tipton, Coffman, Lamborn and Gardner have been working to reduce the risk of devastating wildfire by addressing the challenges facing Colorado's forests due to bark beetle, drought and decades of ineffective management as the result of a cumbersome federal regulatory structure.  Read More                                                      ~fireengineering.com

Three Vying For House District 51 in Loveland                                         ~coloradoan.com
Colorado House District 51 in Loveland was home to two Republican incumbents when the dust settled on legislative reapportionment last year.

Reps. B.J. Nikkel, who formerly represented House District 49, was roped into House District 51 by the plan pitched by Democrats that gained the Colorado Supreme Court’s approval.  Read More

Third District Congressional Candidates Speak Out
The campaign season for the Nov. 6, 2012, election is here, and the Post Independent wants to make sure readers have plenty of information before casting their vote.

Today we present columns by the five candidates for the Third Congressional District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.  Republican incumbent Scott Tipton is facing a challenge from Democrat Sal Pace, Libertarian Gregory Gilman, independent Tisha Casida and independent Jaime McMillan.  Read More

Republicans, Democrats Court Colorado Suburban Voters To Try To Control Legislature
Democrats and Republicans are zeroing in on the outer ring of Denver's suburbs in their battle for control of the state Legislature.

A half-dozen races in the area could determine if the Republicans' two-year reign in the House ends, and its three Senate contests could help the GOP surge over Democrats in that chamber.

With Republicans dominating the House and Democrats controlling the Senate, neither party has been able to advance legislation that would put Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper in a position to veto or sign high-profile bills.  Read More         ~republic.com

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