Colorado Secretary of State's Office

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Colorado political committees owe $2.3 million in fines. But the state collects little.

The limited enforcement measures hamper collections, and the Secretary of State’s Office often waives or reduces other penalties for late report filings

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Colorado’s final election 2018 results are even worse for Republicans

Democrat Jared Polis won the governor's race over Republican Walker Stapleton by about 10 points

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While Colorado voted, cyber experts were watching for the worst threats to state’s election systems

The State Department, Colorado National Guard and other cybersecurity officials hope there’s nothing to see here

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It’s Election Day in Colorado. Here’s what you need to know.

Polls close at 7 p.m. Your ballot must be in the hands of your county’s election officials by then.

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Personal injury attorney Franklin Azar donates $224,000 to PAC that has district court judge Edward Moss’ retention in its sights

Best known for television ads suggesting big settlements, Azar is the sole donor to Great Judges for a Great Colorado, which has spent six digits on ads against Moss

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Who’s paying for those political ads? Dark money is tough to track in Colorado

The elections for governor and state Senate are flooded with big money from groups that don't disclose donors, and the state law is partly to blame.