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DENVER - Democratic Sen. Mark Udall of Colorado may not cruise to re-election next year, according to a poll released Tuesday that suggested a clear undercurrent of dissatisfaction among Colorado voters.
A sampling of recent editorials from Colorado newspapers:
DENVER - Colorado parole officers committed fundamental supervision errors in more than 60 percent of the cases they handled, according to a Denver Post review of about 2,000 audits dating to the beginning of 2011.
CENTENNIAL, Colorado - Gun restrictions that Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law and the Democrat's refusal to set an execution date for a convicted mass murderer have emerged as key points of attack for Republican gubernatorial candidates hoping to unseat him next year.
AKRON, Colorado - The nation's newest state, if rural Colorado residents had their way, would be about the size of Vermont but with the population of a small town spread across miles of farmland. There wouldn't be civil unions for gay couples, legal recreational marijuana, new renewable energy standards, or limits on ammunition magazines.