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Money bomb: Candidates and groups dropped a record $239 million on Colorado’s 2018 election ...

Political spending in Colorado’s pivotal 2018 midterm election topped $239 million, far more than any prior year, according to an analysis of campaign finance reports...

With Nov. 6 gains, Colorado Democrats boost prospects for new laws targeting gun violence...

One Saturday in March, a month after the mass shooting in Parkland, Fla., angry demonstrators filled Denver’s Civic Center Park with a warning for...

A Democratic wave surged deep into Colorado’s key counties on Election Day

For years, political analysts have had their eyes on a handful of counties in Colorado — Jefferson, Arapahoe, Adams and Larimer — as bellwethers,...

A record number of Latinos to join the state legislature, but under-representation remains Latinos...

On Wednesday afternoon, about 24 hours after the polls closed, Rochelle Galindo was at her mother’s house in Greeley watching the votes trickle in...

What does it mean that 35% of Colorado voted against banning slavery? In 26...

Colorado voters were asked this election whether they wanted to ban slavery once and for all in the state. Just under two-thirds of voters supported...

The momentum behind Colorado’s blue wave: Democratic women and independent voters About last night...

The Big Takeaway from last night’s election is clear: The election of Jared Polis to the governorship, Jason Crow to Congress, Democrats to all...
The 15-well site Woolley Becky Sosa development on County Line Road, operated by Crestone Peak Resourced. The drilling is in Weld County but the houses are in Boulder County. (Photo by Adam Stielstra.)

Backers of oil and gas drilling setbacks in Colorado lost at the ballot box,...

The defeat of Proposition 112, Colorado’s oil and gas drilling setback measure, followed a national trend. Voters in Arizona and Washington, like those in...

Failure of Amendment 73 and Prop. 110 forces Colorado back to the drawing board...

Colorado voters have turned the state as blue as it’s been since World War II, tapping Democrats for the governorship, every other major statewide...
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The Indycator – Littwin: Election Day!

Welcome back to our new series, The Indycator, a once-a-week conversation between The Indy’s crack political reporters and Maeve Conran, KGNU independent community radio’s director...
A Jared Polis supporter celebrates his gubernatorial win on Nov. 6, 2018. (Photo by Evan Semón)

Littwin: In case Trump missed it, the Dem victories in Colorado were huger than...

Pick your adjective to describe the Democratic tsunami in Colorado Tuesday — huge, monumental, colossal, ginormous  — and I promise I can top it. This...