DENVER, Colo. – Sen. Bernard Sanders and Hillary Clinton wooed Colorado Democrats at their annual dinner in early February. And both candidates are airing TV ads this month, trying to stake a claim to a competitive caucus on March 1. But on the Republican side, Super Tuesday is less than super – or conclusive -- in this swing state.
Rather than primaries, Minnesota and Colorado hold caucuses on March 1. As in first-in-the-nation Iowa, people gather in schools, church basements and neighbors’ homes to choose their presidential candidates – and to elect delegates to county assemblies.