Election Coverage

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By the end of the year the outline of Colorado’s newest congressional district — the state’s 8th CD — should be finalized, and by next July the major party candidates for the seat will have been chosen in what could be barnburner primaries.

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A signature piece of legislation for Gov. Jared Polis, a public option health care policy, wasn't nearly what those on the march to single-payer health care would have hoped for.

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The proponents of a ballot initiative that would end universal vote-by-mail in Colorado and require a fingerprinted, government-issued elector card to cast a ballot will ask the Title Board for a second time on Wednesday to issue a ballot title for the measure.

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Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold plans to report raising a record-setting $283,714 for the just-completed first quarter of 2021, her campaign said Tuesday — more than any candidate running to be the state's top election official has ever raised in a quarter.

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In his State of the State last year, Gov. Jared Polis said Colorado "can solve any problem we encounter.” He wasn't counting on COVID-19. Now he's counting his pennies in the state budget and might have to count on a second term to accomplish his ambitious agenda.

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McReynolds is considered one of the nation's experts on vote by mail. An October profile in TIME called her "the country’s most outspoken evangelist for voting by mail," and a guru to other states trying to figure out vote by mail for the first time in 2020 because of the pandemic.

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The bill from Sen. Paul Lundeen, R-Monument, would require voters to cast ballots in person either on election day or in the six-day period leading up to election day. It would still allow voters to cast ballots by mail, but would require voters to opt in to receive a mail-in ballot.

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The bill from Sen. Paul Lundeen, R-Monument, would require voters to cast ballots in person either on election day or in the six-day period leading up to election day. It would still allow voters to cast ballots by mail, but would require voters to opt in to receive a mail-in ballot.

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While the lines blur between myths, truisms and rules of thumb, it’s a good idea now and then to examine some of the most prevalent assumptions, including a cluster of related maxims that keep appearing whenever politicos and pundits bend elbows to talk state politics.

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Colorado Springs Republican Eli Bremer, an Olympian and former chairman of the El Paso County GOP, told Colorado Politics he asked an acquaintance to reserve a series of internet domain names this week to make sure they're available in case he decides to challenge U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet next year — but Bremer stressed the move was out of prudence and said he isn't actively considering a Senate run.

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NEW YORK (AP) — An election systems worker driven into hiding by death threats has filed a defamation lawsuit against President Donald Trump's…