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Elbert County clerk turns over his voting system copies after judge’s order

A Colorado county clerk who made copies of voting system hard drives has turned over two copies to state officials under a judge’s order. Court records show that Elbert County Clerk Dallas Schroeder provided the copies in separate, sealed metal containers before Wednesday’s deadline along with information in response to questions from Democratic Colorado Secretary […]

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The Tina Peters saga explained: Everything that’s happened with Mesa County’s clerk

A Mesa County grand jury has indicted county Clerk Tina Peters on 10 charges related to a security breach of the county’s election system in 2021. The case still must be proved in court, but it comes alongside separate criminal probes by state and federal authorities. The Republican clerk was a political newcomer when she […]

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Conservative dark-money group battles to keep its donors secret in showdown with Colorado’s secretary of state

A deep-pocketed nonprofit that has directed millions of dollars to conservative causes in Colorado over the past two years is heading for a showdown with Democratic Secretary of State Jena Griswold over whether it can keep its donors secret. Last week, an administrative law judge recommended a $40,000 fine for Unite for Colorado after it […]

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Griswold: Colorado’s model again sets the nation’s standard in historic election

In the most difficult, most scrutinized, and most contentious general election in modern history, Coloradans rose to the challenge. While results are yet to be finalized and ballots are still being processed, it is nevertheless clear that the turnout for the 2020 election in our state has been historic.  As of Nov. 12, 3,314,960 Coloradans […]