Kent Thiry, the wealthy former CEO of DaVita, is behind the initiative, which would also do away with Colorado’s caucus and assembly process and vacancy committees
The rulings are likely to be swiftly appealed, eventually to the U.S. Supreme Court. The nation’s highest court has never ruled on the Civil War-era provision in the 14th Amendment.
The case is the first of what’s expected to be many challenges filed in various states by a liberal nonprofit. They can ask to have it moved back to Colorado court.
In “What’d I Miss?” Ossie reacts to Myra’s explanation that efforts are underway to keep Donald Trump off the ballot in Colorado based on the 14th Amendment.
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The 2022 election is 11 months away, and a wave of candidates are filing paperwork to run in Colorado’s newly reconfigured congressional and legislative districts. But jumping into a race doesn’t guarantee someone a spot on the ballot for the June 28 primary, let alone the Nov. 8 general election. Candidates have to spend big […]
Jenna Ellis, the attorney from Colorado representing President Donald Trump in his bid to overturn his 2020 election loss, was fired from her job as a Weld County prosecutor in 2013 for making mistakes on cases, records obtained by The Colorado Sun show. Ellis “failed to meet the employer’s expectations” and “made mistakes on cases […]
By Priscilla Blossom, Kaiser Health News Colorado voters are deciding a ballot question that seeks to limit how far into pregnancy an abortion can be legally performed. While the measure would change the law only in Colorado, it would resonate throughout the Rocky Mountain states and Midwest amid an intensifying national fight, fueled by a […]
An initiative asking Colorado voters if they want to create a $1.3 billion state-run paid family and medical leave insurance program has qualified for the November ballot. The secretary of state’s office said Tuesday that Colorado Families First, a liberal coalition, had submitted enough valid voter signatures to place the initiative on the ballot. More […]
Two groups — including one hoping to ask voters in November to ban abortions in Colorado after 22 weeks of gestation — have filed separate lawsuits challenging Gov. Jared Polis’ executive order allowing signatures to be gathered for ballot initiatives through email and mail. The lawsuits appear to be the first direct legal challenges to […]