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Election 2022

Election 2022
Election 2022

Colorado’s secretary of state’s race tests Republicans’ embrace of election conspiracies

Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters, former Jefferson County Clerk Pam Anderson and Mike O'Donnell, a former nonprofit leader, are running in the Republican primary

Politics and Government

Jared Polis injects another $5.2 million into his campaign as Republicans lag Democrats in all statewide contests

Democratic incumbents for attorney general, secretary of state and treasurer continue to outraise rivals

Politics and Government

Coloradans should prepare for a tsunami of anonymous political text messages as 2022 campaign season kicks into gear

Federal and state laws require that the people and groups behind political text messages disclose who they are, but that seldom happens and enforcement is rare

Politics and Government

Denver judge rejects effort to end Don Coram’s primary challenge against Lauren Boebert

Denver District Court Judge Alex C. Myers ruled that the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office did not inappropriately place Coram, a Montrose Republican, on the June 28 primary ballot

Politics and Government

Man suing to block Don Coram from GOP primary ballot spread Lauren Boebert’s attacks against him

The lawsuit claims that Don Coram's campaign improperly gathered petition signatures. It's not clear who is funding the legal action.

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Ron Hanks, who questions 2020 election results, beats 5 other candidates to make Colorado’s Republican U.S. Senate primary ballot

Hanks joins Joe O’Dea, who owns a construction company, on the June 28 primary ballot

Politics and Government

Republicans Greg Lopez, Heidi Ganahl qualify for primary ballot in Colorado governor’s race

Lopez, who has backed baseless claims the 2020 election was stolen, secured the top line on the ballot. Danielle Neuschwanger was eliminated from the contest.

Politics and Government

Federal judge dismisses Republicans’ effort to block unaffiliated voters from Colorado’s primaries

The lawsuit sought to overturn Proposition 108, a 2016 ballot measure approved by voters allowing unaffiliated voters to participate in Colorado’s partisan primary elections

Politics and Government

Yadira Caraveo secures Democratic nomination in Colorado’s highly competitive 8th Congressional District

At least four Republicans will be on June 28 primary ballot in the race to represent the new congressional district

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Here’s who has secured a spot on the Democratic primary ballot in the race to unseat Lauren Boebert

Sol Sandoval joins Adam Frisch and Alex Walker on the 3rd Congressional District primary ballot. Democrats face a steep hill in trying to unseat Boebert.

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A Republican candidate for Colorado governor was arrested three times, is subject of restraining order

In public appearances and in interviews, Neuschwanger has blamed her run-ins with the law — which happened from 2008 to 2011 — on an ex-boyfriend who she said was abusive

Politics and Government

New bill would stiffen Colorado’s penalties for fentanyl dealers, but leave misdemeanor possession law in place

The measure expected to be introduced this week is state lawmakers' response to skyrocketing overdose deaths from fentanyl in Colorado

Crime and Courts

Colorado state representative fails to make GOP primary ballot after losing to candidate with recent felony conviction

Rep. Mary Bradfield of Colorado Springs lost to Karl Dent at the House District 21 assembly on Saturday. Dent was convicted of felony trespassing in August

Politics and Government

Republican U.S. Senate candidate was “argumentative” with police at 2013 party in Fort Collins

Gino Campana, a developer who is running for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Colorado, was warned by police that he risked being arrested for obstruction

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Colorado Republicans hoping to unseat Michael Bennet in 2022 are relying on “dumpster fire” ballot-access process

Six GOP candidates running for U.S. Senate are battling for the support of at least 30% of delegates at the Republican state assembly on April 9 to make the primary ballot.

Politics and Government

Republicans file federal lawsuit to block unaffiliated voters from participating in Colorado’s primary election

Controversial lawyer John Eastman represents current and former GOP candidates, plus two county Republican chairs. The state party is not a plaintiff.

Politics and Government

Here’s how to caucus in Colorado when Republicans and Democrats start gathering next week

Precinct-level events that begin the 2022 election nominating process start March 1, times and locations vary by county

Politics and Government

Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters, fresh off arrest, announces bid to become Colorado’s top election official

The Republican announced her candidacy on a show by Steve Bannon, the embattled adviser to former President Donald Trump

Politics and Government

Heidi Ganahl, a GOP candidate for governor, backs out of pledge to limit her campaign’s spending

Ganahl used an out in Colorado’s voluntary campaign spending limits policy to back out of her pledge after collecting contributions double the standard limit for five months

Politics and Government

Some Colorado congressional candidates received federal financial help during COVID crisis

Businesses owned by Republican U.S. Senate candidates Joe O’Dea and Gino Campana received significant federal coronavirus loans. The two have criticized spending by congressional Democrats.

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