John Hickenlooper

Health care experts have seen that protection from the coronavirus vaccines wanes over time.
The race never lived up to its initial hype as the former Democratic governor easily unseated a top Trump ally.
The vulnerable Colorado Republican instead said Trump needs to be "more specific in his communications with the American people.”
A local newspaper columnist’s persistent questions laid bare what the now-embattled Republican senator actually thought about the climate crisis.
The Democratic candidate pointed voters toward the GOP senator's own pro-Trump spot that's being seen basically everywhere but Colorado.
John Hickenlooper swept the Democratic Senate nomination with little fight from the left.
The former governor will face off against Sen. Cory Gardner in Democrats' best chance to gain a Senate seat in the 2020 election.
Colorado has very strict disclosure laws around political text messaging campaigns.
Just weeks before the first votes are counted, no governor is a serious contender in the Democratic race.
The ad hammers a dystopian message, raising the stakes in a race between a Green New Dealer and a governor once pejoratively nicknamed "Frackenlooper."
The former governor will try to unseat Republican Sen. Cory Gardner, seen as a vulnerable GOPer in the 2020 race.
The former Colorado governor — a self-proclaimed moderate Democrat and vocal critic of socialism — announced he will end his presidential bid.
Some in the crowd at the state party convention wave Bernie Sanders signs in his face.
The 2020 Democratic candidate said he was trying to point out media bias against candidates based on gender.
“When we get to that point, I’ll ask you that question,” moderator Dana Bash responded, hinting that the 2020 presidential hopeful's question was off-putting.
The Democratic presidential hopeful admitted he was “humiliated” by the mother-son trip to watch "Deep Throat."
No politician representing the West has ever won the Democratic presidential nomination. A slew of candidates, including Kamala Harris, John Hickenlooper and Jay Inslee, hope to change that.
The former Colorado governor and 2020 candidate said he can beat Trump and unify the country.
The Democrat, who served two terms as governor and two terms as Denver mayor, vowed in a campaign video to "repair the damage done to our country."
The MSNBC host criticized senators for their inaction over the government shutdown.