National Popular Vote
Conservative group backing Colorado’s national popular vote measure fueled by out-of-state money, tied to Democrats
The campaign manager for Conservatives for Yes on National Popular, which is running ads in Colorado in support of the controversial law, declined to name a Republican in the state who has endorsed the measure
Hickenlooper makes case for electability as repeated controversies continue to overshadow his campaignBy John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Supreme Court worries about collateral damage — Frodo Baggins for president? — in Colorado’s Electoral College caseBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
In three places, the critics of the Democratic governor use the recall to voice their frustrations, even as campaign gets off to slow start
The organizers with Coloradans Vote say they have enough signatures for submission Aug. 1 as Gov. Jared Polis defends efforts to "get rid of" the Electoral College
Democrat Jared Polis takes same stage as Donald Trump Jr. to tout bipartisanship amid shouts for “recall”
The focus of the Western Conservative Summit in Denver is how to dismantle the agenda that Polis and Democratic lawmakers in Colorado put in place
To recall Jared Polis, critics must get 10,521 voter signatures a day. Here’s what else you need to know.
An organization called Dismiss Polis is behind the petition to oust the Democratic governor, but it does not have support from other recall committees.
The national popular vote compact, tougher oil and gas regulations and other social issues are driving opposition from critics
Senate Bill 42 faced fierce pushback from Republicans at the Colorado Capitol
Voters were last asked to overturn a law approved by the Colorado General Assembly in 1932. And it worked.
Without a single Republican in support, national popular vote effort moves to Colorado governor’s desk
Senate BIll 42 faced stiff opposition from the GOP as it made its way through the Colorado legislature in recent weeks, ending in hours of debate over Wednesday and Thursday
Colorado lawmakers are sparring over a plan to bypass the Electoral College. Here’s what’s at stake.
Democrats aim to make the popular vote paramount in the U.S., but Republican state lawmakers counter that Senate Bill 42 would hurt less populous states like Colorado