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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
Campaign to recall Colorado Senate President Leroy Garcia fails, decides not to turn in all of its signaturesBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado confirms suspected Russian hacker “jiggled the lock” on state voter database — but couldn’t get inBy John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
In final push, Democrats rush major changes to elections and campaign finance disclosure in Colorado
The package of bills may benefit Democrats most, critics argue, and a loophole may limit the effort to improve dark money disclosure
While the dollar amount of giving is down by millions of dollars, individual giving is actually up and there are more Colorado charities than ever
Democrat Jared Polis won the governor's race over Republican Walker Stapleton by about 10 points
Personal injury attorney Franklin Azar donates $224,000 to PAC that has district court judge Edward Moss’ retention in its sights
Best known for television ads suggesting big settlements, Azar is the sole donor to Great Judges for a Great Colorado, which has spent six digits on ads against Moss
Colorado has been called the safest place to vote under Republican Wayne Williams’ watch. But Democrat Jena Griswold says things could be better.
Where the candidates stand on issues ranging from voter registration, money in politics, election security and more
Secretary of State's office made a legal determination that ads informing public on initiative petition signatures were not covered by campaign finance law
The Seattle retailer is interested in drones, data privacy and beer sales. See what else its Colorado lobbyist is tracking.
The FBI is training political campaigns to fight foreign influence in Colorado elections. And here’s what voters can do.
Top law enforcement and election officials offer tips to voters to prevent being duped in 2018 election