After a year of fighting over equity policies following the election of four conservatives, the school board of an affluent Denver suburb is calling for unity.
Author: Ethan Barton
Demonizing political opponents delegitimizes America and could lead to violence, liberal scholar says
Shadi Hamid, a liberal scholar, said partisans’ practice of vilifying their political opponents slowly degrades America’s legitimacy and could lead to violence.
Nevada Senate race a dead heat: Las Vegas residents share whether they want Laxalt or Cortez Masto
Some in Las Vegas say they won’t vote for either Nevada Senate candidate as Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto and Adam Laxalt face a virtual tie ahead of the midterm.
Colorado Senate nominee O’Dea dropped out of college to start working. Can he beat a 13-year incumbent?
Joe O’Dea, the adopted son of a Denver cop, went from college dropout to construction magnate. Now, he’s got a realistic shot of unseating Sen. Michael Bennet.
Colorado GOP Senate nominee O’Dea hits Sen. Bennet for crime, inflation spikes under his watch
Joe O’Dea, who’s running for U.S. Senate in Colorado, said his opponent, Michael Bennet, has helped drive inflation, increasing gas prices, and rising crime.
During Texas debate with Gov. Greg Abbott, Beto O’Rourke supporters sound off
During a Friday night debate between Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Beto O’Rourke, watch party attendees share why they’re backing the Democratic candidate.
Biden’s handling of the economy put to the test; Americans weigh in
People in New York and San Francisco rated how well President Biden has handled the economy, as inflation continues to soar and a potential recession looms.
Trump supporters outside Mar-a-Lago say FBI search was political
Donald Trump supporters protested outside Mar-a-Lago and shared their reactions to the FBI’s raid on the former president’s resort home in Palm Beach, Florida.
Arizona candidate aims to become state’s first Hispanic congresswoman, says Dems take Latinos for granted
A Republican candidate running in an Arizona primary would be the first Latina elected to office if she were to win November’s midterm against Rep. Greg Stanton.
ON THE TRAIL: Congressional candidates fight for right to represent hotly contested Arizona district
Republican candidates in a hotly contested Arizona primary race duke it out for the chance to unseat an incumbent Democrat in November’s midterm election.