Colorado Supreme Court rejects governor’s attempt to allow signature gathering for ballot initiatives by email, mail
The decision marks the first court-ordered reversal of an action taken by Gov. Jared Polis in response to the coronavirus crisis
Two lawsuits filed against Colorado governor’s decision to allow signature collection through email, mailBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Cory Gardner works to improve his image with first TV ad as Democratic rivals draw sharp differences in forumBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Supreme Court worries about collateral damage — Frodo Baggins for president? — in Colorado’s Electoral College caseBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
How 5 Coloradans, undecided on the Democratic presidential primary, are weighing their candidate options
The Colorado Sun spoke with a group of voters after they watched Tuesday night’s debate. Hundreds of thousands of Democrats and unaffiliateds are waiting until the last minute to cast their ballots.
The missing ballots would not have changed the results of any of the 2019 elections, Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters said
Hickenlooper has likely secured his spot on the U.S. Senate primary ballot. But will the Democratic base embrace him?
John Hickenlooper, in addition to petitioning onto the ballot, is also going through Colorado’s caucus process. That could reveal how the Democratic Party is feeling about his candidacy.
The March 3 contest will be Colorado’s first presidential primary election in 20 years
Overall, Latinos are far more likely to be Democrats than Republicans, but Hispanic men are more likely than Hispanic women to vote Republican
Coloradans keep rejecting statewide tax questions to fund transportation. Democrats are now eyeing a regional approach.
“If the same ideological opposition gathers to any new transportation revenue, we’re running out of ways to tell local communities they can’t act on their own,” said state Rep. Matt Gray, a Broomfield Democrat
Comparing voters to their neighbors can dramatically boost turnout. A Colorado mailer, however, really missed the mark.
Studies have shown that when the tactic is put to use in the right way it can be extremely effective. When it’s not, political operatives say, the results can be disastrous.
Proposition DD too close to call: Future of Colorado sports betting, water project funding hangs in balance
By 10 p.m., with perhaps tens of thousands of ballots left to count, the margin between yes and no on Proposition DD was less than 0.1 of a percentage point. For a few minutes, the result was even tied 50% to 50%.
This latest attempt comes amid a wave of youth activism on everything from climate change to immigration and amid national conversations about lowering the voting age for presidential and other elections