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On October 3rd, the University of Denver will make history by becoming the first Colorado school to host a presidential debate. The face off between President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney is expected to attract a massive television audience. DU officials say the excitement on campus is palpable, even if few students will actually get to see the debate in person. Bente Birkeland has more from the state capitol.
The 26th Annual Issues and Answers Forum tooks place on October 3rd at the Glenwood Springs City Hall. The Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association hosted the forum which was co-sponsored by the Glenwood Springs Post Independent, Colorado West Broadcasting (KMTS), Cable Channel 10 and local State Farm Insurance agents Jeff Leonard and Dee McCown.
KDNK broadcasted the forum live, and archive audio is available by clicking here.
On September 27th, the Roaring Fork Watershed Collaborative and Roaring Fork Conservancy hosted a Candidate Forum on Water for Eagle, Pitkin & Garfield county commissioner candidates at the Third Street Center.
Aspen Public Radio's Carolyne Heldman moderated the forum, which was composed of John Young and Steve Child of Pitkin County; John Martin, Sonja Linman, Aleks Briedis and Mike Samson of Garfield County; and Courtney Holm and Jon Stavney of Eagle County.
(Click through to listen to the forum)
Presumptive presidential candidate Mitt Romney made another stop in the Roaring Fork Valley Thursday. On this week's news brief, KDNK's Eric Skalac and Ed Williams discuss the republican governor's interest in the valley.
Pueblo County resident Tisha Casida is running as an independent candidate for Colorado's 3rd Congressional District representative this fall against incumbent Republican Congressman Scott Tipton and Democratic challenger Sal Pace. The 30-year old, small business owner with an MBA from Colorado State wants lower taxes, economic reform, and an end to the Federal Reserve.Casida dropped by KDNK recently to talk about her candidacy. Here she tells Amy Hadden Marsh why she thinks she's a better choice than Tipton or Pace and how "sustainability" crosses party lines.
11/01/2011: County officials have reported the unofficial final results of the 2011 Coordinated Elections. KDNK's Ed Williams has this rundown.
To see Garfield County's results, click here. For Pitkin County click here, and for Eagle County click here.