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What does it mean that 35% of Colorado voted against banning...

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...

Brianna Titone, Colorado’s first transgender candidate for state office, declares victory...

Three days after polls closed in Colorado, Democrats have declared victory in what was the state’s closest race. In swingy House District 27, which covers...

Filling out your 2018 Colorado ballot? Here’s a cheat sheet.

Election Day is Nov. 6. Are you one of the millions of eligible Colorado voters yet to return a ballot? If so, you can always...

What The Colorado Independent is watching for on Election Day

The Colorado Independent is keeping tabs throughout Election Day — and beyond, if necessary — on the major statewide races and ballot measures. It's a...

Candidates, donors and outside groups have dropped more than $60 million...

Colorado's four major statewide races — governor, attorney general, secretary of state and treasurer — attracted more than $60 million in spending this election,...

Amendment A: What’s the argument against Colorado’s ballot measure to ban...

It’s not easy to find people who oppose the effort to finally, formally ban slavery in Colorado, but they do exist. Two Western Slope district...

Guest Post: Voters are doing their part this election; why shouldn’t...

Providing voters information has been a central purpose of the League of Women Voters since its founding almost 100 years ago. Once women won...

Montera vs. Smith: At-large regent race on your Colorado ballot could...

Democrat Lesley Smith and Republican Ken Montera, candidates for the at-large seat on the University of Colorado’s Board of Regents, both say they wish...

No stamp? No worry. Your Colorado ballot will be counted anyway....

If you mail in your ballot in Colorado, the U.S. Postal Service will deliver it to your county clerk even if you don’t add...

In Colorado’s attorney general race, Phil Weiser says he’ll combat ‘lawless’...

George Brauchler, the Republican running to be Colorado’s next attorney general, says he disagreed with the federal government's policy of separating immigrant families at...