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Nicolais: Tina Peters’ post-election actions portend a scary future

Opinion Columns

Election-denying Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters turns herself in to police

Latest arrest warrant issued this week after Tina Peters violated the terms of her release as she awaits trial for breaking into her county’s election system.

Politics and Government

Judge orders arrest of indicted Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters for bond violations

Mesa County District Court Judge Matthew David Barrett issued a warrant for Peters’ arrest and for her to be held in jail pending a hearing. He also revoked her $25,000 cash bond.

Politics and Government

Opinion: Roe’s demise has clarified the stakes in the elections

To establish health care, including abortion, as a human right, voters need to elect representatives who agree

Opinion Columns

Littwin: In Colorado, and at the Jan. 6 hearing in Washington, the Big Lie has a very bad day

The election deniers were swept away in the big statewide races in the Colorado GOP primary. Of course, Tina Peters would predictably claim she was robbed.

Opinion Columns

Barbara Kirkmeyer wins 8th Congressional District Republican primary

Kirkmeyer's victory sets the stage for a face-off between experienced lawmakers who occupy the further-right and further-left wings of their parties.

Election 2022

Still haven’t cast your ballot in Colorado’s primaries? We’re here to help.

You have until 7 p.m. on June 28 to vote, whether that’s by hand-delivering the ballot that was mailed to you or voting in person. It’s too late to mail back your ballot.

Election 2022

Littwin: If you watched the latest House hearing, you know John Eastman is a villain of the piece

The hearing was so bad for Eastman that Heidi Ganahl, who had studiously avoided saying much about the 2020 election, finally had to say something.

Opinion Columns

Nicolais: Could Colorado GOP candidates win in November? Only if they don’t screw it up.

After a decade of futility, the political environment seems primed for some Republicans to win this year, but it's their race to lose.

Opinion Columns

Where the three Republican candidates vying to be Colorado’s secretary of state stand on the issues

Pam Anderson, Mike O’Donnell and Tina Peters have dramatically different positions

Election 2022

Nicolais: Colorado voters have until today to unaffiliate and participate in the primary of their choosing

Voters can register even on Election Day. But if you want to switch parties or leave a party, June 6 is the deadline.

Opinion Columns

Littwin: Does the Colorado GOP’s path back to power go through Denver or under it?

Some Republicans have begun slamming Denver, one calling it a “toilet,” apparently hoping to shift voters their way. Does anyone really think that will work?

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Opinion: Let’s stop rewarding candidates on the fringes

Colorado voters should support leaders who build bridges across bipartisan social identities.

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Littwin: The Big Lie is the big winner at the Colorado GOP assembly

GOP vet Dick Wadhams says if Big Lie proponent Rep. Ron Hanks ends up running in the Senate race against Michael Bennet that “you can kiss the election good-bye.”

Opinion Columns

Littwin: The law and order party is having a little trouble in Colorado with both law and order

In what is a must-win year for lagging Republicans, we keep seeing headlines featuring GOP candidates that reveal old charges or, even worse, brand new ones

Opinion Columns

Colorado Democrats, election officials are trying to prevent insider threats to election security

Senate Bill 153 was inspired by the events surrounding Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters, a Republican who has cast baseless doubt on the 2020 presidential election results

Politics and Government

Nicolais: Republicans suing to bar unaffiliated voters from Colorado’s primaries aren’t on the fringe of the party

Many astute Republican strategists understand the lawsuit could harm their candidates, but the action has been brought by people at the heart of current GOP

Opinion Columns

Colorado election workers could soon get new protections against threats, doxxing

House Bill 1273 would make it a crime to threaten an election worker in an attempt to prevent them from doing their job or in response to them performing official duties

Politics and Government

Carman: Ranked-choice voting could make our political process a little less awful

Ranked-choice voting makes political campaigns more civil, even if it’s only because of candidates' self-interest

Opinion Columns

Jim Morrissey: Who’s behind Tina Peters’ bid to oversee Colorado elections?

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