The Colorado Supreme Court ruled Monday that Mesa County District Judge Matthew Barrett’s deposition isn’t necessary in a contempt of court case against Peters. The deposition threatened to upend the separate criminal case against Peters.
Conspiracy-fueled, far-right extremists epitomize a party that has cannibalized its own election cycle after election cycle
Whipped into action by the violent rhetoric of Joe Oltmann, conspiracy theorists have begun staking out drop boxes in Colorado
Harvey Steinberg, Peters’ lawyer, wants to depose District Court Judge Matthew Barrett and Mesa County District Attorney Dan Rubinstein in an unrelated contempt of court case.
Does ranked-choice voting help elect moderates and minority candidates? Or is it, as Trumpists claim, a scam to rig elections?
Peters filed a lawsuit objecting to the methods used to recount ballots on Aug. 3 but did not ask for the recount to be stopped until the following day, after the recount was completed
Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters has no shame, and no defense as her court date looms
Indicted Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters’ deputy, Belinda Knisley, has agreed to cooperate with investigators and testify in court against her former boss as part of a plea deal announced Thursday by prosecutors. The deal represents a significant threat to Peters’ defense against felony charges stemming from a security breach of her county’s election system […]
Under ordinary circumstances, I would never do this, but I feel I have no choice but to say a few words about Alex Jones, who is now America’s most thoroughly disgraced right-wing grifter and — please excuse the language — scumbag. The InfoWars host is not nearly as important a fake conspiracy theorist as say, […]
Tina Peters’ Quixotic attempt to win Colorado’s top election official would be comical if it were not so terrifying. The state’s foremost election denier spent more than a quarter-million dollars on a recount to find out that she lost by the exact same margin the original tally indicated. Peters lost by more than 88,000 votes […]