The effort is part of a trend among more prosecutors nationally to provide more transparency to the public about how the criminal justice system works
It’s the latest twist in a weeks-long legal drama threatening to roil the criminal case against Peters, a 2020 election conspiracy theorist accused of crimes related to a breach of her county’s voting system
Steve Wells is keeping GOP challenger Heidi Ganahl in the political spending game with more than $6 million donated so far
Peters filed a lawsuit objecting to the methods used to recount ballots on Aug. 3 but did not ask for the recount to be stopped until the following day, after the recount was completed
Spending by groups like the NRSC and DSCC is typically a telltale sign that a race is competitive. So far, neither has invested much in the contest between Michael Bennet and Joe O’Dea.
Gray opted not to run for reelection in Broomfield after his April arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence
Republicans argue the Democratic incumbent has been ineffective in his 13-plus years in Washington. The Colorado Sun dug into his record to help voters decide for themselves.
State records show the majority of Colorado’s 10,000-plus HOAs hire professional companies to handle their community’s day-to-day needs, delegating a great deal of responsibility — and power — to them
Two years after it was launched, the Mayor’s Office of Social Equity and Innovation still doesn’t have a cohesive strategy for its initiatives or for assessing progress toward increasing equity, and eliminating racial and social injustice citywide, the city auditor says. The office also failed to disclose pertinent contract information before the audit process ended, […]
A record number of bills became law in Colorado for the second straight year, and a majority of the 39 Republicans in the statehouse voted in favor of 56% of them, according to a Colorado Sun analysis of legislation considered at the Capitol in 2022. Of the 657 measures introduced, 507 were signed into law, […]