Colorado Republican primary losers Ron Hanks and Tina Peters ask again for a recount
Hanks and Peters have asked for hand recounts, but any recounts must be conducted by machine, according to the Colorado Secretary of State's Office
Two Republican primary losers in Colorado requested recounts but then did not pay for them
Tina Peters, who was running for secretary of state, and Ron Hanks, who was running for U.S. Senate, claimed malfeasance in the election but didn't provide proof
Littwin: In November, Colorado’s races should come down to inflation and Biden vs. Roe and Jan. 6
Jared Polis will fend off Heidi Ganahl, but while Michael Bennet is favored over Joe O’Dea, nothing’s a sure thing, especially in a midterm election
Nicolais: Colorado’s unaffiliated voters flex their primary muscle to reject extremists
Last week nearly 60% of unaffiliated voters casting ballots chose to vote in the Republican primary and help stave off far-right extremists
Why the millions of dollars Democrats spent in Colorado’s Republican primaries didn’t work
All of the more extreme GOP candidates Democrats wanted to see win on Tuesday lost, most of them by significant margins
Republican primary voters in Colorado reject slate of candidates who embraced election conspiracies
“I think the Republican party returned to sanity tonight,” said Dick Wadhams, a former chairman of the Colorado GOP
Littwin: In debate between Senate hopefuls Ron Hanks and Joe O’Dea, it’s hardcore vs. softcore
The primary elections next week should tell us a lot about how far right and how Trumpist the Colorado Republican Party is today.
“The most we’ve ever seen”: Colorado primary messaging drives wave of complaints, ethical questions
Anonymous mailers, Democratic meddling, delayed reporting among issues cited in state and federal Republican primary contests
Highlights from The Colorado Sun/CBS4 debate between the two Republicans running for U.S. Senate
State Rep. Ron Hanks wouldn’t commit to accepting the primary election results. Denver businessman Joe O’Dea says he wouldn’t repeal Obamacare and refused to define what is an early-term and late-term abortion.
Colorado Democrats continue to lead their 2022 Republican rivals in campaign cash
U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert is the exception to the rule, coming in second to Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet between April and early June
Nicolais: Could Colorado GOP candidates win in November? Only if they don’t screw it up.
After a decade of futility, the political environment seems primed for some Republicans to win this year, but it's their race to lose.
Democrats fund ads boosting controversial GOP candidates in critical Colorado primaries
The effort seems to be aimed at giving Democrats a leg up in the general election. It’s not the first time Democrats have deployed such tactics in Colorado, and in the past they’ve been successful.
Republican Joe O’Dea empties his pockets in big push heading into final stretch of U.S. Senate primary with Ron Hanks
O’Dea will spend more than $300,000 on television and radio ads over the next several weeks. He’s also hired a campaign manager with experience in political races across the country
6 big areas where the two Republicans running for U.S. Senate in Colorado disagree
State Rep. Ron Hanks and Joe O’Dea, a first-time candidate who owns a Denver construction company, are split on abortion, climate change and how to beat U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet in November
Colorado’s June 28 primary will test just how much Republicans embrace 2020 election conspiracies
In virtually every major Republican primary race in Colorado this year voters will have a choice between a candidate or candidates who baselessly believe the outcome of the last presidential election was fraudulent and those who don’t
Campaign cash is lopsided as congressional candidates self-fund in Colorado’s Republican primary for U.S. Senate
Ron Hanks’ anemic fundraising contrasts with big money for Joe O’Dea, as a super PAC funded by Colorado contractors spends to support him in U.S. Senate contest
The dominant theme at Colorado Republicans’ state assembly: election conspiracies
GOP delegates to the state assembly picked candidates who baselessly question the results of the 2020 presidential election — and even cast doubt on the assembly results themselves
Ron Hanks, who questions 2020 election results, beats 5 other candidates to make Colorado’s Republican U.S. Senate primary ballot
Hanks joins Joe O’Dea, who owns a construction company, on the June 28 primary ballot
Federal judge dismisses Republicans’ effort to block unaffiliated voters from Colorado’s primaries
The lawsuit sought to overturn Proposition 108, a 2016 ballot measure approved by voters allowing unaffiliated voters to participate in Colorado’s partisan primary elections
Colorado Republicans’ hopes of winning in 2022 clash this week with 2020 election deniers
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and attorney John Eastman, both of whom have cast baseless doubt on the outcome of the 2020 election, are in the spotlight ahead of the GOP state assembly on Saturday