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Opinion: In our dealings with other nations, can we still hold up our own transitions of power as a model?

Can we still trust our leaders to maintain and promote the commitment to peaceful transitions?

8-hour, Republican-led hearing on Colorado’s election integrity ends without evidence of widespread fraud

President Donald Trump’s senior legal adviser, Jenna Ellis, urged the state legislature to investigate, but offered no substantive reason why

Jim Morrissey: Preserving the integrity of elections

What to know about voting and what to watch on Election Day in Colorado

The national picture could be hazy for days, but Colorado should have results on the presidential and Senate races without delay

Jim Morrissey: The weight of the 2020 election

What’d I Miss?: When rappers get political

Colorado’s surging early-vote turnout is a strong sign for Democrats

Unaffiliated voters are now the largest bloc, but Democrats are still outperforming the GOP. “Republicans should be feeling pretty bad,” an analyst said.

Colorado opens statewide in-person voting with rules designed to prevent coronavirus outbreaks

Counties across the state have set up voting procedures to address health guidelines and voter fears about COVID-19, using money from the federal CARES Act to buy everything from gloves to disposable pens.

Can you trust the blue book? Colorado officials say they prioritize nonpartisanship in analyzing ballot questions

Colorado sent ballot information guides known as the blue book to 2.5 million voters ahead of the 2020 election to help them decipher 11 statewide ballot questions.

What’d I Miss?: De-MOCK-cracy?

Colorado parolees are now allowed to vote. And advocates are rushing to register them.

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 future

Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold sued the USPS last weekend after it delivered thousands of flyers to Coloradans about mail-in voting that incorrectly said voters must request a ballot to receive one in the mail

Colorado polls: How Cory Gardner and John Hickenlooper are polling in the 2020 U.S. Senate election

Colorado polls: How Donald Trump and Joe Biden are polling in the 2020 presidential election

To get a sense of where the 2020 presidential election stands, The Sun is tracking the latest state-level polls showing the approval ratings for the Republican and Democratic candidates and the head-to-head contest.

Convicted of illegal voting. Then not. Then convicted again: A small Colorado town’s 4-year-old election saga continues

After a district court judge tossed out Marie Rossmiller’s conviction for voting in the wrong precinct in a 2016 municipal election in Pitkin, a lower court reviewed the case and in July found her guilty again

Cory Gardner faces pressure to deliver on stimulus bill as he touts his coronavirus response in campaign

Democratic rival John Hickenlooper supports the Democratic-led U.S. House bill and blasts U.S. Senate for taking recess

Colorado attorney general in discussions with other states about legal action to protect U.S. Postal Service

The talks come as fears over the Trump administration’s degradation of the Postal Service ahead of the November election have reached a fever pitch

Dudley Brown: Rocky Mountain Gun Owners — bullies and proud of it

Opinion: Will Republican senators give America’s elections a fair chance?

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.

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