Here’s how much money Colorado’s new nicotine, increased cigarette taxes generated in their first 5 months
Proposition EE, which was passed by voters in November and made the taxation changes, went into effect in January, raising the taxes on a pack of cigarettes to $1.94 from 84 cents
Colorado’s county clerks recommend election-system changes to quash conspiracy theories
Calls for audits of the state’s signature verification and voter registration systems come amid demands for 2020 election audits in several counties
Lauren Boebert is known for her far-right Republican views. But Republicans alone didn’t send her to Congress.
Unaffiliated voters on Colorado’s Front Range often vote for Democrats. But in rural parts of the state, like the 3rd Congressional District, where they make up the largest voting bloc, that’s not the case.
Sen. Winter, Rep. Gray: It’s time for Congress to catch up to Colorado on paid family leave
We desperately need transformational change that will dismantle the economic barriers that have burdened working Americans for decades.
Silverman: Rudy Giuliani and his Colorado connection are putting on an incriminating show
Giuliani’s choice for Colorado counsel is former Secretary of State Scott Gessler
Nicolais: Liz Cheney’s last full measure of devotion is at the altar of our democracy
Wyoming’s sole U.S. Representative is engaged in a battle over more than just the future of the Republican Party
Littwin: For speaking the naked truth about Trump lies, GOP decides Liz Cheney must be punished
The truth is easy to find. Just watch vulnerable Big Liars backpedaling as Colorado’s own Eric Coomer and Dominion Voting Systems fight the Big Lie in the courts.
Denver-based Dominion Voting System sues Rudy Giuliani over election claims
The lawsuit seeks more than $1.3 billion in damages
Carman: Lies, damn lies and the Big Lie have driven Americans certifiably nuts
Nicolais: What were the odds that Trump would be so beloved by bookies?
Political odds makers have had a field day over the past year – and will not be slowing down soon
Colorado Democrats will pursue mandatory waiting period for gun buyers, safe-storage measure in 2021
The legislation is modeled after policies passed in other states, but it's sure to draw Republican objections
Littwin: The House is planning for a second impeachment. How many Senate Republicans will answer the call?
Don’t count on the 25th Amendment for help in Trump’s waning days in office. Impeachment and conviction would be hard. But history and justice demand an official reaction.
“We were getting ready to make a stand”: Colorado congressmen recount harrowing moments as rioters approached
Four members of Colorado’s congressional delegation were barricaded in the U.S. House chambers during Wednesday’s deadly riot at the nation’s capital
Two wins in Georgia build on victory in Colorado and hand Democrats control of U.S. Senate
John Hickenlooper’s win against Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner in November paved the way for Democrats to take chamber’s majority
Littwin: Next up in our theater of the absurd, the Sedition Caucus takes its turn in pushing Trump’s rigged-election fiction
Meanwhile in the real world, Democrats have won one Senate runoff race and seem poised to win the other in Georgia, which would, stunningly, give Dems effective control of the Senate.
Colorado’s new members of Congress — John Hickenlooper and Lauren Boebert — are sworn in
Hickenlooper and Boebert join Congress at a fraught moment
The top story in Colorado politics in 2020 — and what to expect in 2021
The coronavirus pandemic dominated headlines inside and outside politics, but the U.S. Senate race also ranked high on the list
Lauren Boebert hires outgoing Trump, Cory Gardner staffers
Jeff Small, current senior adviser to Interior Secretary David Bernhardt, will be Boebert’s chief of staff
Nicolais: No, Republicans, everything is not awesome
The Republican Party’s failure to engage post-election analysis is worthy of a cartoon movie
Colorado GOP dismisses concerns about fraud at its caucuses. But one leader calls it a whitewashed report.
A special commission found more problems at the party caucuses in Weld County than previously known, but argued none of it amounted to criminal behavior