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Colorado election officials take aggressive new approach to policing campaign violations

For the first time, a legal team in Secretary of State’s Office is filing complaints, which is generating questions from critics

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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

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Colorado is a key state in the debate about the best way to pick candidates in elections

A referendum on the national popular vote and potential ballot measures on ranked-choice and approval voting are driving the debate

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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

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Colorado officials look to close 30 campaign committees in “never-ending spiral”

Even if the secretary of state's office closes the committees, it may never recover millions in penalties owed by organizations and candidates

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Campaign to recall Colorado Senate President Leroy Garcia fails, decides not to turn in all of its signatures

The effort said they will turn in about 120 signatures, but not all of the ones they collected, in protest of what they said was "voter intimidation"

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Dark money and big donors fuel the ballot battle over Proposition CC in Colorado

The 2019 election attracts millions in money from nonprofits, whose donors remain hidden despite a new state disclosure law

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In its latest ruling, Colorado Supreme Court once again avoids question at heart of TABOR debate

NFIB filed a lawsuit five years ago arguing that fees levied by the secretary of state’s office violated the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. The ruling left them unsatisfied.

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Colorado confirms suspected Russian hacker “jiggled the lock” on state voter database — but couldn’t get in

In 2017, Colorado was identified as a possible target, but new details emerged after release of Senate Intelligence Committee report