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Opinion: The LEAP ballot initiative can help Colorado kids soar

Colorado has a unique opportunity to help our kids, our educators and our schools succeed, and we must seize this moment to make a difference in their lives.

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Health care magnate Kent Thiry wants to fix democracy, starting in Colorado

Former DaVita CEO Kent Thiry has given $5.9 million to support ballot measures since 2011. All of them won.

Politics and Government

Top spenders on Colorado ballot measures all claimed victory in 2020 election, new reports show

Two nonprofits that don't disclose donors emerged as the top individual contributors at the state level this year, highlighting a loophole in state transparency law

Politics and Government

How the 11 statewide ballot measures fared in Colorado. In short, it’s a split verdict.

Fiscal conservatives grabbed a couple wins in the 2020 election, but the Democratic tide helped carry liberal-leaning measures to the finish line

Election 2020

Colorado election 2020: Dispatches from the polls, analysis and more

Colorado voters are deciding on the presidential race, a major U.S. Senate contest and 11 statewide ballot measures. The results start pouring in at 7 p.m. when polls close.

Election 2020

What to know about voting and what to watch on Election Day in Colorado

The national picture could be hazy for days, but Colorado should have results on the presidential and Senate races without delay

Election 2020

How high will the blue wave crest in Colorado? Democrats are predicting big wins once again.

The 3rd Congressional District and a handful of state legislative races will offer clues about the state’s partisan direction after the 2020 election

Politics and Government

Colorado money tracker: A look at the candidates and campaigns spending to influence the 2020 vote

Who's behind that TV ad or mailer? We scoured the records and found the top spenders behind all those political messages

Election 2020

Nicolais: An extraordinary group of supporters have proclaimed Amendment B the right thing for Colorado

The campaign to repeal the Gallagher Amendment has brought together people and groups that have spent decades accustomed to fighting each other

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Opinion: Proposition 113 and the national popular vote will make Colorado relevant again

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Colorado voter guide: What you need to know about the 2020 candidates, mail ballots and how to vote

An election guide for Colorado voters on the major races and issues on the 2020 ballot

Election 2020

Can you trust the blue book? Colorado officials say they prioritize nonpartisanship in analyzing ballot questions

Colorado sent ballot information guides known as the blue book to 2.5 million voters ahead of the 2020 election to help them decipher 11 statewide ballot questions.

Election 2020

Opinion: Defeat national popular vote to protect Colorado’s economy

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Opinion: If we’re going to reintroduce wolves, we better figure out how

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Proposition EE explained: How much more cigarettes, nicotine products would cost in Colorado

The ballot initiative would require cigarettes to be sold for no less than $7 starting in January. By July 2027, nicotine products would be taxed at 62% of their market list price.

Politics and Government

Krieger: A lonely Colorado conservative makes the case for one person, one vote

Opinion Columns

Opinion: Investing in our present and future doesn’t have to be just a slogan for Colorado voters

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Questions about Colorado candidates, ballot measures or how to vote? We’re here to help.

The Colorado Sun and its partners want to hear from readers about questions regarding the 2020 election and voting problems

Election 2020

Opinion: When you treat your employees like family, paid family leave is a necessity

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Opinion: Stop digging a hole for first responders, schools and small businesses. Vote “yes” on Amendment B

Former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb and former U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar write that the Gallagher Amendment has no business being in the state constitution.

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