A 2019 law gave those convicted of felonies who are out on parole the ability to vote. People convicted of misdemeanors or awaiting trial in Colorado have long been able to vote.
USPS to destroy remaining flyers with incorrect mail-in voting information, consult with Colorado elections officials in futureBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Convicted of illegal voting. Then not. Then convicted again: A small Colorado town’s 4-year-old election saga continuesBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Cory Gardner faces pressure to deliver on stimulus bill as he touts his coronavirus response in campaignBy John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
The attempted recall of Mesa County’s clerk comes up short. But the battle over her office isn’t over.
Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters will remain in office as claims of election violations wind through review along with an independent auditor’s report.
Jason Blevins talks with KUNC's Colorado Edition about his latest story
Gunnison County second-home owners, sour from being temporarily banned during coronavirus, gear up for political fight
Outside money in local elections worries Commissioner Jonathan Houck. “This is a litmus test for all resort communities,” he said.
For more than two decades the former Rocky Mountain Gun Owners executive director made Republican cancel culture his businessOpinion
The Democrats running in the U.S. Senate primary will gather with supporters virtually. Political strategists say they’ll be glued to their computers at home -- still dressed up and still having a drink or two.
With three election cycles under Colorado’s belt, the state has demonstrated how even valid concerns can be overcomeOpinion