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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Even after you factor out massive U.S. Senate race spending during the last midterm election, television purchases are $8 million ahead of 2014.
A week out from election day, more than $200 million has been spent on Colorado campaigns
With eight days until ballots are counted, the tally of all general election TV advertising buys hits $52.1 million
New political groups emerge in Colorado’s election 2018 TV advertising battle, explained in graphics
Walker Stapleton and Jena Griswold, for instance, are each getting a boost from new political TV ads
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 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