Latest Udall family Stories
Whoever wins in the November congressional elections -- and it's sure to be a mixed bag of Democrats and Republicans, the results owing as much to pork as to policies in most cases -- the environment could be in for better times.
By STEVE TERRELL Republican makes few references to oil in spot By Steve Terrell The New Mexican After nearly two months of television ads by Democratic U.S.
By Lynn Bartels Go to Fandango.com to buy a movie ticket and there he is, Democratic Senate candidate Mark Udall. Same with YouTube and other Web sites. Udall's campaign has turned to the Internet for an advertising blitz that puts the candidate's face on more than 250 Web sites.
By Tony Massaro In its June 28 editorial, the Rocky Mountain News expressed a shocking lack of faith in the voters of Colorado ("Buying into the Big Oil smear").
By Matt Hildner, The Pueblo Chieftain, Colo. Jul. 2--Rep. Mark Udall, D-Colo., called Tuesday for the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to lift a moratorium on applications for solar projects.
By STEVE TERRELL Bill forcing companies to use leases or give them up wins Democrat's support Oil: Domenici says companies take on high upfront costs Once again, U.S. Senate candidates Tom Udall and Steve Pearce have found themselves on opposite sides of an energy issue facing Congress.
Female Hollywood power brokers are backing Democratic U.S. Senate candidates looking to take on GOP incumbents, sources told a political Web site.
- In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.