In a state with an economy and government reliant on diminishing oil revenue, voters will decide whether to repeal a law that's designed to spur oil development but help the at-times corrupt oil industry.
In breaking with his predecessors, the mayor isn’t focused on one or two big priorities. Instead, he’s sweating the small stuff -- at least for now.
Can the geologist-turned-brewpub owner-turned-governor of Colorado lead as a centrist when there’s no political center?
In at least five gubernatorial races this fall, the outcome may depend on how well a third-party candidate fares.