Gov. Hickenlooper addresses supporters of Amendment 66 Tuesday night after results show the ballot measure losing by a large margin. It is a rare loss for Hickenlooper, and Republicans are hopeful it’s a sign of his political future next year.
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The 2013 election is over, but the stunning defeat of Amendment 66 last Tuesday may impact Governor Hickenlooper’s re-election bid in 2014.
A Longmont-based satellite imagery company recently announced it has chosen Westminster for its new global headquarters. The move is an about-face for DigitalGlobe, which had previously selected Broomfield after a months-long search.
It’s been nine years since voters approved the FasTracks initiative to create 122 miles of new light rail and commuter rail in the Denver metro area. But in the Northwest Corridor, which includes Boulder and Broomfield counties, not a single mile of rail has yet been built.