Lauren Boebert lists her husband’s consulting income as “N/A” on financial disclosure after last year’s controversy
Boebert faced intense criticism last year after revealing that her husband had been paid nearly $1 million over two years by an oil and gas company with a large Western Slope presence
Poll indicates it’s very tight race between Barbara Kirkmeyer, Yadira Caraveo in Colorado’s 8th Congressional District
The poll, conducted on behalf of Democratic state Rep. Yadira Caraveo’s campaign, shows Caraveo down 2 percentage points to Republican state Sen. Barbara Kirkmeyer
Barbara Kirkmeyer once pushed part of Colorado to pursue breaking off to form a new state. She has no regrets.
Now that Kirkmeyer is running to represent Colorado’s new 8th Congressional District, Democrats are using her secession push as a way to label her as too extreme
The recount results are in: Tina Peters remains a loser in Colorado secretary of state’s race
The results of a statewide recount of the more than 623,000 votes cast in the contest last month showed Peters still losing by about 90,000 votes to former Jefferson County Clerk Pam Anderson
Misinformation spreads about election recount in El Paso County
A test of the county’s equipment, required by law before a recount, found no issues, county officials and Dominion Voting Systems confirmed to The Associated Press
Failed Republican candidates see fundraising spikes fueled by recounts, cash in other Colorado races tightens
Four Democratic statewide candidates hold campaign cash advantages over their opponents. In the battle for control of the state Senate, the GOP has closed the gap.
Why a Maryland congressman has spent $1 million on a Colorado liquor license ballot initiative
As many as four alcohol-related measures could be on the November ballot as national chains clash with smaller liquor store owners in Colorado
Heidi Ganahl wants to eliminate Colorado’s income tax, which accounts for about a third of the state’s budget
Income tax revenue is the largest source of funding for Colorado’s general fund. It’s expected to account for more than $11 billion this fiscal year.
Colorado voters will decide in November whether to decriminalize magic mushrooms
The Colorado Secretary of State’s Office said Thursday that the supporters of Initiative 58 had turned in enough signatures to qualify for the upcoming statewide ballot
Michael Bennet begins campaigning in earnest with first TV ad as Republicans focus more on Colorado’s Senate race
Mitch McConnell said he is “all in in Colorado,” which is a big indication national Republicans plan to commit resources to try to defeat Democrat Michael Bennet this year
We now know which Democratic group spent $4 million to influence Colorado’s Republican U.S. Senate primary
The Senate Majority PAC, affiliated with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, was the lone donor to Democratic Colorado
Colorado congressional candidates who faced tough primaries head into general election low on cash
Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet’s $8 million in cash dwarfs Republican Joe O’Dea’s $841,000
The seven Colorado Senate districts that will determine whether Democrats keep control of the state legislature
Democrats now hold a 20-15 advantage in the chamber. Their majority is not a sure thing heading into the 2022 election.
Unaffiliated voters this year cast more ballots in Colorado Republican primaries than ever before
In some counties, unaffiliated voters cast more than half of the ballots in the GOP primary
Doug Lamborn wins Republican primary in 5th Congressional District, all but securing ninth term
It’s Election Day in Colorado! Here’s what you need to know to vote and where you can find results.
You have until 7 p.m. to vote in person or deposit your ballot in a drop box
Still haven’t cast your ballot in Colorado’s primaries? We’re here to help.
You have until 7 p.m. on June 28 to vote, whether that’s by hand-delivering the ballot that was mailed to you or voting in person. It’s too late to mail back your ballot.
“The most we’ve ever seen”: Colorado primary messaging drives wave of complaints, ethical questions
Anonymous mailers, Democratic meddling, delayed reporting among issues cited in state and federal Republican primary contests
Colorado Democrats continue to lead their 2022 Republican rivals in campaign cash
U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert is the exception to the rule, coming in second to Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet between April and early June
The GOP primary in Colorado’s highly competitive 8th Congressional District is Democrats’ latest TV ad target
Democrats are already running ads in Colorado’s Republican primaries for U.S. Senate and governor this year, seeking to advance the most conservative — and controversial — candidates in those races