Darryl Glenn

Doug Lamborn

A federal judge is ordering that Rep. Doug Lamborn of Colorado be placed back on June's Republican primary ballot.

Doug Lamborn

Colorado's Supreme Court has ruled that six-term Republican U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn didn't qualify for his party's primary.

As Election Day nears, television ads for Colorado’s senate candidates are blanketing the airwaves. Despite that, the campaigns of incumbent Democrat Sen. Michael Bennet and Republican challenger Darryl Glenn, an El Paso County Commissioner, have been relatively quiet. Both have been criticized for not holding more debates.

Bennet has refused to participate in several debates including one hosted by the Pueblo Chieftain, while Glenn turned down a debate hosted by The Denver Post.

Colorado’s major party U.S. Senate candidates held their only televised debate of the election on Tuesday night – but it was disrupted by minor party supporters.  About two dozen Green Party supporters stood outside the History Colorado Museum in Denver where the debate was held, pounding on the glass doors for 60 minutes. The noise was clearly a distraction for the audience and for incumbent Michael Bennet, a Democrat, and El Paso County Commissioner Daryl Glenn, his Republican challenger.

The main party candidates in Colorado’s U.S. Senate race square off Tuesday for their only televised debate. The interest in the battle between the incumbent, Democrat Michael Bennet, and his Republican challenger, Darryl Glenn, so far has been low-key. That’s especially the case when compared to two years ago when Mark Udall, a Democrat, was defeated by Republican Cory Gardner in one of the most-watched contests in the country.

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El Paso County Commissioner and Republican U.S. Senate candidate Darryl Glenn spoke in primetime during opening night at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

Tuesday Newscast, 7/19/16, 7:04 AM

Jul 19, 2016

Newscast for Tuesday, July 19, 2016, 7:04 AM:
 


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It's crunch time for the Republicans vying to be the nominee to run against Democrat Michael Bennet in Colorado's U.S. Senate race. The primary race is still wide open, and when the mail ballots are counted on June 28th, each candidate has a plausible shot of winning.

Republican voters have five candidates to choose from, and if that seems like a lot, it's worth noting that earlier this year the race had roughly a dozen candidates.

Wednesday Newscast, 6/1/16, 5:32 PM

Jun 1, 2016

Newscast for Wednesday, June 1, 2016, 5:32 PM:
 


El Paso County Commissioners

El Paso County Commissioner Darryl Glenn has announced he will run for U.S. Senate in 2016.  The Republican cites issues like the economy, immigration, and veterans issues as among his main concerns.  In a statement, Glenn said his early announcement shows he’s committed to the time and networking necessary to create what he’s calling a “comprehensive strategic plan.”

Glenn has served on the Colorado Springs City Council and was recently elected to a second term as a commissioner.

Democrat Michael Bennet currently holds the senate seat.