Romanoff wins decisive victory in Democratic U.S. Senate caucuses marred by reporting irregularitiesBy John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado’s Democratic caucuses reveal party split between Romanoff’s values, Hickenlooper’s electabilityBy John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado’s presidential primary spiked turnout 15-fold, but didn’t meet the full promise of Prop. 107By John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Supporters of a 22-week abortion ban in Colorado turn in signatures, but may struggle to make 2020 ballotBy Jennifer Brown Health Primary category in which blog post is published
A Colorado Sun analysis of preliminary vote totals shows candidate totals at the statewide level and by congressional district
Bernie Sanders wins Colorado’s Democratic presidential primary, but late ballot surge may tighten race
The Associated Press called the race for Sanders a moment after voting ended at 7 p.m. Former Vice President Joe Biden is beating expectations in Colorado.
The Democratic presidential race narrows ahead of Super Tuesday and may lead to a closer contest in Colorado
Did you cast your Colorado primary ballot for Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar or Tom Steyer? It’s likely too late for a remedy.
If you have filled your ballot out for a candidate who has dropped out of the race but not submitted it, you can request a new one from your county clerk. There are at least eight candidates on Colorado’s Democratic primary ballot who have ended their campaigns.
Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg accounts for 78% of the TV ads in Colorado, but other candidates made last-minute buys
WATCH: Michael Bennet explains what went wrong with his presidential bid, vows to seek another Senate term
He refused to endorse a candidate in the primary, but said that if Bernie Sanders is the Democratic nominee it will make things harder for the party in swing-states -- like Colorado
Colorado donors have shelled out millions to presidential candidates. Here’s who they’ve supported most.
Bernie Sanders is in the lead, having raised more than $2.7 million from Coloradans. Denver is the state’s biggest campaign cash cow, providing some $2 million to candidates from over 23,000 donors.
The investment marks the largest voter engagement and turnout operation in the history of the Service Employees International Union, which claims nearly 2 million members
The Vermont senator’s strong support didn’t fade after his 2016 victory in Colorado. In fact, he has energized new volunteers.