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  • Colorado Senate race steps into national spotlight

    Democrats, looking to regain the seat held by retiring Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell, offer strong support for Hispanic state attorney general Ken Salazar, who may vie against very conservative former U.S. Congressman Bob Schaffer

  • In search of political dialogue

    Our theory that newcomers would, over time, change the political landscape to one more progressive in outlook, needs revision

  • The One-Party West

    With the Interior West almost exclusively Republican territory, "Democrats for the West," a coalition of leaders, have issued a challenge to fellow Democrats to create sustainable Democratic majorities

  • Indian poll power

    NativeVote 2004 seeks to rally as many American Indians as possible to register and vote in the November election

  • Log onto Democracy!

    The nonprofit State Democracy Foundation has created a new Web site to keep citizens informed about what their legislators are up to

  • The EPA needs an urban pit bull

    Ed Marston believes Utah"s Gov. Leavitt is an inappropriate choice to head the EPA.

  • Wartime does not always bring out our best

    John Krist sees parallels today with the prejudice that forced Japanese Americans into camps during World War II.

  • Corruption and tragic history paralyze range reform onthe Navajo reservation

    Drought is having catastrophic impacts on the Navajo Reservation, but past history and current politics keep grazing reform from happening.

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