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Colorado governor’s race: It’s caucus day. Here’s what you should know.

Colorado voters are primed for the governor’s race of a generation. It starts in earnest today.  With more than a dozen Democratic and Republican hopefuls...

Caucuses were chaos. Should Colorado have a primary instead?

  Now that Colorado's Super Tuesday caucuses are over, attention is shifting away from the candidates and onto something else: the process. Enthusiasm for Bernie Sanders...

The Indy’s Corey Hutchins talks Colorado caucuses on Democracy Now!

Our very own Corey Hutchins has had a good couple of days. Yesterday, The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza named Corey one of the country's best...

Bernie Sanders wins the Colorado caucuses

Bruce Ratliff, 43, in the orange shirt, raises his hand for Bernie Sanders in his first ever caucus in the cafeteria of North Middle School...

Who really wants a caucus in Colorado? Why not have a...

  On Super Tuesday, one million registered voters who live in Colorado won't be able to participate in the caucuses that night because they are unaffiliated with...

In Colorado, a hard push by Hillary Clinton on gun violence

  DENVER — A week before the Colorado caucuses, Hillary Clinton is focusing on firearms safety in a state with a bloody history of gun...

Your weekly roundup of Colorado local news and media, Feb. 9

Confused about how the upcoming March 1 caucuses work? Steal this story.  Most everyone who isn't a die-hard political junkie can agree on this: The...

Changes to El Paso County precinct boundaries spark caucus confusion

  UPDATE, Feb. 3: El Paso County Clerk and Recorder spokesman Ryan Parsell said he misspoke when he told The Independent voters were notified about recent...

Primary season is upon us. Here’s how you participate in Colorado.

  Today, voters across snowy Iowa will gather in neighborhood caucus meetings to help pick the nation's next president. Then, onward to New Hampshire, where flinty Granite...

Palacio and Hancock: Romney is out of touch

As Colorado Republicans prepare to go to their caucuses tonight, Democrats continue to say that Mitt Romney is wrong for Colorado. Today, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and Colorado Democratic Party Chair Rick Palacio addressed the media at Su Teatro in Denver's Santa Fe Art District.