Colorado Secretary of State's Office

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Colorado election officials take aggressive new approach to policing campaign violations

For the first time, a legal team in Secretary of State’s Office is filing complaints, which is generating questions from critics

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The clock is ticking for citizen ballot measures, but the campaigns are paused due to the coronavirus

The advocates behind more than a dozen of ballot measures are wondering whether Gov. Jared Polis will grant a reprieve from the rules

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Bernie Sanders sits atop Colorado Democratic delegate count but Joe Biden is closing the gap

A Colorado Sun analysis of preliminary vote totals shows how Elizabeth Warren’s departure reshuffles the state’s delegates

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Supporters of a 22-week abortion ban in Colorado turn in signatures, but may struggle to make 2020 ballot

Due Date Too Late, the organization pushing for the ban, added 43,000 signatures during a last-minute push that included circulating petitions at Ash Wednesday services.

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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.

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Colorado’s 2020 presidential primary ballots are hitting the mail. Here’s what you need to know.

The March 3 contest will be Colorado’s first presidential primary election in 20 years

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Why we won’t know which Democratic presidential candidate won Colorado on Super Tuesday

The state Democratic Party will determine how many delegates candidates win, and like Iowa, the process may take days to finalize

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Could a new nicotine tax pay for free preschool in Colorado? Advocates want to ask voters in November.

New taxes on a pack of cigarettes or vaping products would range from $1.20 to $2.60, depending on which version of the ballot proposal is selected. Currently, taxes are 84 cents a pack, among the lowest in the country.

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States like Colorado are on front lines of 2020 election-security efforts

At the training were officials from California, Colorado, Georgia, North Carolina, Oregon, Tennessee, West Virginia and other states