Why did some candidates win big while others came up short? Looking at several competitive races around Colorado, here’s what the data tells us.
September typically brings large voter registration changes as political parties and organizations gear up voter registration drives and voters tune in to the election. So what do the most recent numbers from the Colorado Secretary of State tell us about voter...
Join PTM for two great sessions at the Western Conservative Summit It has never been more critical for conservatives to focus on how we communicate our principles, and that will be the topic of two sessions we are hosting this weekend at the Western Conservative...
The path for conservatives is not to embrace insults and isolation as best practices, but to be different. Authentic, energetic, innovative. And principled.
A new report released today from Principles That Matter shows more Coloradans making rational, principle-based choices today than any time in recent years.
Several polls from the last 24 hours have wildly different conclusions about Donald Trump’s proposal to ban Muslims from traveling to the US.
A new poll out from Quinnipiac finds Colorado voters continue to overwhelmingly oppose restrictive gun control measures, especially among independents.
Donald Trump has taken the lead for the GOP presidential nomination. Where is his support coming from, and how long can it last?
In the wake of the tragic murder of 32-year-old Kathryn Steinle by an undocumented immigrant with a long criminal record and multiple illegal border crossings, Americans overwhelmingly support ending the practice of sanctuary cities. A Rasmussen poll released today...
Hillary Clinton finds herself jumping from one crisis to another, and each comes back to the issue of trust. Here’s what we can learn from her experience.