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Is the debate about Amendment V a debate about millennials themselves?

Coloradans are set to vote on Amendment V, which proposes that Colorado reduce the minimum age for running for the state Senate and House...

Dems vying for statehouse seats outraise Republicans, but outside groups poised to spend big...

In the battle to flip the state Senate from red to blue, Democratic candidates are outraising their Republican rivals by nearly three to one,...

Colorado lawmakers who don’t attend sexual harassment training could be publicly shamed

The six Colorado lawmakers charged with drafting a new sexual harassment policy for a statehouse stung by scandal and accusation last session are contemplating...
Pile of Money

Super PAC money flooding into Colorado state races

Political super PAC committees already have raised nearly $22 million to pump into the battle over control of the governor’s mansion and state legislature...

Littwin: After latest round of elections, which CO Republican should be the most worried?

We didn’t have any races in Colorado in the latest round of pre-midterm elections, but that doesn’t mean we didn’t feel the ripples of...

Colorado campaign finance loophole allows dark money flyers

Voters in two key state Senate districts recently received flyers praising GOP Sens. Beth Martinez Humenik and Tim Neville for their work in the state...

Lawmakers reconsider Gold Dome’s sexual harassment policy after session fraught with allegations

On a hot Monday morning this week, Colorado lawmakers returned to a mostly empty committee room at the state Capitol to try to bring...

Tuesday’s primaries brought some good news for Colorado progressives. Just not as much as...

As of Wednesday morning, for the first time in her adult life, Vanessa Quintana is no longer a Democrat. The 27-year-old Denver activist registered as...

Lawmakers selected to tackle workplace harassment policy in wake of session marked by sexual...

A lawmaker whose sexual harassment complaint led to the historic expulsion of a fellow Democrat from the House of Representatives will serve on a...

What Colorado lawmakers did for and to schools in 2018

The Colorado General Assembly’s 2018 session ended with a down-to-the-wire compromise on pension reform that left some teachers feeling bruised, but Gov. John Hickenlooper...