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It's strange enough that Wayne Williams, Colorado's Secretary of State, had to call a news conference to try to calm the political waters he...
When Bob Reinhart, a 64-year-old retiree in Lakewood, heard Colorado’s GOP secretary of state Wayne Williams was planning to send personal information about him...
“They’re investigating.” That’s what Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams said this week about the state attorney general’s office and a probe into what happened...
Newcomers will occupy at least two of the four executive-branch Cabinet offices up for election today. Secretary of State Scott Gessler chose not to run...
Former Colorado Secretary of State Bernie Buescher told a roomful of Garfield County Democrats Monday during their annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Dinner that campaign finance disclosure in America is “completely, irretrievably broken,” according to the Aspen Times.
Widely seen as the front-runner for the GOP nomination for Colorado state treasurer, J.J. Ament has fallen badly behind Walker Stapleton in fund raising....
From the Department of Wait, Seriously, Are They Kidding, johne of Square State notices the House District 49 Republican vacancy committee plans to convene at the Allnutt Funeral Home in Fort Collins to pick a successor for Rep. Kevin Lundberg, who was elevated to the Colorado State Senate last weekend. That's right, they'll be naming Lundberg's replacement at a funeral home.
Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter welcomed public comment on his selection of a replacement for Sen. Ken Salazar, who was nominated Wednesday to be President-elect Barack Obama's secretary of interior. “I will act as quickly as possible to name a successor for Sen. Salazar,” Ritter said in a statement Thursday, unveiling an e-mail address the state's residents can use to communicate their views on filling the vacancy.
Gov. Bill Ritter has picked state Rep. Bernie Buescher as Colorado's next secretary of state. "Thank you for the confidence," Buescher told the governor. "I will work hard and try to do a good job." Ritter announced his pick at a news conference in his office this morning. The position came open when Mike Coffman was elected to congress. In all, 20 people applied; that number was whittled to three, including Buescher, as well as outgoing House Speaker Andrew Romanoff and Senate Majority Leader Ken Gordon.
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