At least $42 million in dark-money spending went to support or oppose candidates and ballot measures
The Colorado Democratic Party reported spending more at both state and federal levels than its GOP counterpart
Polis spent more than $12 million to win a second term as governor. The next biggest spender was Total Wine & More, which spent slightly less on a ballot measure.
The North Carolina case — Moore v. Harper — hinges on the question of who has the ultimate authority when it comes to redistricting
The recount had to be completed by Tuesday. Democrat Adam Frisch conceded to Boebert on Nov. 18 after it became clear he couldn’t win.
Boebert spent nearly $43 per vote, while Frisch spent $32. That’s more than the $16 per vote Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet spent successfully defending his seat against Republican Joe O’Dea, who spent $9 per vote.
Carroll has served as chairwoman of the Colorado Democratic Party since 2017 and presided over a period during which her party has secured more sustained power in the state than ever before
Wells said he always intended to spend the full $11 million but refunded the majority of his donation after other GOP donors declined to join him
The Carbondale lawmaker is a member of the Joint Budget Committee. A vacancy committee will pick a replacement to serve out the rest of his term, which ends January 2025.
Boebert leads Frisch, who has already conceded, by 550 votes. The recount is not expected to change the outcome of the 3rd Congressional District race.