Attempted recalls of Democratic state senators dead after proponents decide not to turn in signatures
The campaigns to recall Democratic state Sens. Pete Lee and Brittany Pettersen told the Colorado Secretary of State's office on Tuesday that will not be turning in the signatures they collected
Interest in reforming Colorado’s system to recall elected officials is building — on both sides of the aisleBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Jared Polis recall backers say they don’t have enough signatures to force election to oust Colorado’s governorBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Lawsuit against signature-gathering firm illustrates problems with Colorado’s process to get on the ballot, lawyer saysBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
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 Official Recall Colorado Governor Jared Polis committee doesn't have the support to start its recall petition campaign July 8, but a rival group plans to move forward
Colorado Senate President Leroy Garcia is spending $20,000 on ads touting his work — even though he’s term limited
The Pueblo Democrat’s 30-second spot touts legislation passed during the 2019 lawmaking term and his past as a Marine. He says it’s focused on reminding constituents of his accomplishments.
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A Colorado anti-tax group is trying halt a new law aimed at boosting early childhood education funding
The Colorado Union of Taxpayers received approval Friday to gather signatures to try to repeal House Bill 1052
The Colorado congressman who once declared "the Republican Party is dead" narrowly won the four-way race after a rival withdrew and endorsed him on the fourth ballot
Voters were last asked to overturn a law approved by the Colorado General Assembly in 1932. And it worked.