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Colorado Democrats scrap plan to make Election Day a holiday, citing...

Voting rights advocates across the country have long believed Election Day should be a legal holiday. Millions of non-voters say they’re too busy to...

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...

How Hillary Clinton, not Donald Trump, won Colorado

  DENVER — Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton carried Colorado, a state seen as a must-win for the Democrats as Donald Trump broke through...

In Denver, voting lines nearly non-existent on Election Day

As of early Tuesday morning, more than 2.2 million ballots had been submitted through the mail or by drop-off to county voting centers around...

Taking a long view of Green Party prospects on Trump vs....

On campus at CU, Green Party campaigner Fitzgerald Scott was an hour or so into his Election Day, shaking hands and reminding the students...

Wiretap: Election Day

But first, read this Ezra Klein's essay in Vox may be the most interesting story you read on Election Day. Klein explains how Trump uncovered...

Udall doing really old-school stumping to turn out votes

  Via Washington Post reporter Katie Zezima, who has apparently chased the campaign to Fort Collins this morning. It's one stop on a three-college-campus tour...

Keefe: ‘I voted, big time’

The state airwaves and internet tubes have been clogged with ads. As Floyd Ciruli put it: "There simply is no more ad space to buy. They're even placing ads in newspapers. What does that tell you?"

Election Day Quiz: Do you look like a winner?

It's Election Day, meaning it's time for our first annual election quiz. There will be a prize. We just haven't figured out what it is yet.

Election Day youth voters heading to polls in steady stream at...

BOULDER-- Students make up a key voting bloc for Democrats this year, as they did in 2008 and, according to volunteers at the University of Colorado's flagship campus today, voting enthusiasm has picked up considerably since President Obama visited here on Thursday. Volunteers said voters are heading to campus polling stations at a steady trickle today and that they expect larger waves of students to turn out in the afternoon and evening.