Outside spenders in Colorado's recent primary found ways around transparency, making money tough to track.
Two lawsuits filed against Colorado governor’s decision to allow signature collection through email, mailBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado governor suspends laws to allow signature gathering for ballot initiatives by email and mailBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado Supreme Court removes second Democratic U.S. Senate candidate, Lorena Garcia, from primary ballotBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Denver judge places second Democratic U.S. Senate candidate who failed to collect enough signatures on primary ballotBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
The clock is ticking for citizen ballot measures, but the campaigns are paused due to the coronavirus
The advocates behind more than a dozen of ballot measures are wondering whether Gov. Jared Polis will grant a reprieve from the rules
A referendum on the national popular vote and potential ballot measures on ranked-choice and approval voting are driving the debate
U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear Colorado’s presidential electors case. Here’s why the state thinks it will win.
The key question in a case that could affect the entire Electoral College: Do presidential electors have to follow the popular vote?
Colorado hits a new milestone with unaffiliated voters and busts the myth about its even partisan split
40% of Colorado voters are now unaffiliated, but that doesn’t necessarily mean their votes are toss-ups in the 2020 election
Even if the secretary of state's office closes the committees, it may never recover millions in penalties owed by organizations and candidates
Decades of campaign finance laws to get money out of politics have only made our system demonstrably worse – so maybe it's time to try something differentOpinion
The public, election officials may be kept in the dark on hacks around the U.S. But not in Colorado.
At least two states — Colorado and Iowa — have implemented policies to compel local officials to notify the state about suspected breaches involving election systems.
The 2019 election attracts millions in money from nonprofits, whose donors remain hidden despite a new state disclosure law