Review press coverage of the Colorado Energy Forum, held on October 14, 2014 in Westminster, C.O. featuring remarks from U.S. Senator Mark Udall, Governor John Hickenlooper, Rep. Cory Gardner, and former U.S. Rep. Bob Beauprez. Read a recap here or access video of the forum here.

Wall Street Journal – Democrats Bet on Climate Issue in Colorado Senate Race
“In a speech at an energy event Tuesday sponsored by an array of energy and business groups, Mr. Udall cited climate change as one of the biggest differences between himself and his challenger, GOP Rep. Cory Gardner.”


Denver Post – “Candidates differ on steps for Colorado’s ‘energy revolution'”
“Candidates for Colorado governor and U.S. Senate said at an energy forum that the state should harvest all energy sources, but they disagreed on almost every other important aspect of the issue. Hickenlooper and Beauprez’s differences were most evident in their views on fracking.”


Denver Business Journal – “Colorado governor, Senate candidates differ sharply on energy at forum”
“Differences in the candidates for Colorado’s top offices were clear Tuesday at a campaign stop in Westminster devoted to how the candidates for governor and the U.S. Senate would approach development of the state’s energy resources.”


Washington Examiner – “Western states looking at regional carbon program: Colo. governor”
“Democratic Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said western states are considering a regional program to comply with a proposed Environmental Protection Agency rule to slash power plant emissions.“The western governors are now looking at how we can all work together,” Hickenlooper, who is up for re-election, said Tuesday at a Westminster, Colo., event hosted by the Colorado Business Roundtable.”


E&E Publishing – “Colo. Senate, gubernatorial candidates debate regs, energy policy”
“Gardner appeared at the event, sponsored by the nonprofit Consumer Energy Alliance, Vital for Colorado, the Colorado Business Roundtable and other associations, ahead of his November bid to oust Democratic Sen. Mark Udall. The Colorado race is a top priority for both parties as Republicans look to flip the Senate seat and pick up the six seats the GOP needs to claim a majority next year, while Democrats look to defend the seat Udall first won in 2008.”