Millennials are now the largest demographic in America, yet our generation’s needs aren’t being met. When is it our turn?
Littwin: Now that Fox has cut Tucker Carlson off at the knees, that doesn’t mean he can’t still run
It is Tucker Carlson’s GOP as much as anyone’s. Who knows where that takes him or how quickly Fox News can find another like him?
Nicolais: It’s time to change mayoral elections in Denver
Employing ranked-choice voting in an even-year June primary followed by a fall general election would avoid the pitfalls of this last election.
Colorado’s top election official wants to limit when candidates can pay for recounts. State lawmakers may not be on board.
Colorado lets candidates pay for recounts even if they lose elections by huge margins. Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold says there should be a 2-percentage-point cap.
Nicolais: Jenna Ellis got reprimanded, but only after getting rich first
The former personal attorney for President Donald Trump made a career out of nothing more than a broken moral compass and a willingness to mislead the nation
Nicolais: Colorado should ditch its archaic caucus and assembly process
Led by electoral reform advocate Kent Thiry, a movement aims to rid Colorado of the system that vests huge amounts of power in a tiny fraction of activists
One member of Colorado’s congressional delegation voted against her party 25% of the time
Another ranked 26th among 433 House members for absences
Thousands of Colorado ballots are rejected every year. Here’s what happens when there’s a problem with yours.
A process known as ballot curing allows local officials to alert voters that there’s an issue with the signature on their ballot, and provides a chance to fix it in time for it to count
Carman: Lessons from a lost civilization — share the wealth, save the trees and vote while you still can
Our very civilization depends on our votes. A look to the past shows that’s not just campaign hyperbole.
Littwin: If 88% of Americans worry about political violence, why isn’t it driving the midterm vote?
What some have missed in the Washington Post/ABC News poll is that 57% of those polled apparently believe Democrats are at least equally responsible.