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Redistricting ballot measures tossed by Colorado Supreme Court

The Colorado Supreme Court has thrown out two constitutional ballot measures that sought to change how Colorado draws its congressional and state legislative maps....

Tancredo and Curry: forever linked in destruction of two-party system?

Colorado Republican Party Chairman Dick Wadhams is plenty worried about the precedent set by former GOP Congressman Tom Tancredo’s high profile gubernatorial run as...

Curry concedes, intends to keep pursuing non-partisan politics

Three-term incumbent Kathleen Curry finally threw in the towel in her write-in state House bid Wednesday afternoon, conceding to Democrat Roger Wilson but vowing...

SD16, HD61 still up in the air as vote counting continues

The balance of power isn’t likely to change, but a few Colorado state legislative races are still up in the air nearly a week after last Tuesday’s midterm elections. Votes are still being counted in Senate District 16 and House District 61, where legal maneuvering has been intense.

Curry still has a pulse in state House District 61 race

Independent state lawmaker Kathleen Curry, a rare write-in incumbent, is still hopeful she won’t have to give up her seat in the state House...

Republican concedes to both independent Curry, Democrat Wilson in HD61

Republican Luke Korkowski has conceded Colorado's closely watched state House District 61 race ... but the question is, to whom? Unofficial tallies put Democrat Roger Wilson of Missouri Heights out in front with 9,495 votes, followed by independent, incumbent write-in Kathleen Curry with 9,003 and Korkowski with 8,892.

Schwartz survives scare; Dems hold onto state Senate majority

The Denver Post is reporting that state Sen. Gail Schwartz, a Snowmass Democrat with a big GOP target on her back, won her re-election...

Write-in candidate Curry already ‘pushing hard’ for recount

Unaffiliated write-in and third-party candidates are trying to closely watch this year's mid-term election, but strictly enforced six-foot poll watching rules are making that task more difficult. Independent state Rep. Kathleen Curry, hoping to spark a surge of unaffiliated candidates in future elections, is particularly troubled by what's happening at the polls.

‘Tasteless’ campaign mailers flying fast and furious from Aspen to Adams...

The executive director of Colorado Conservation Voters has two words for a new mailer that features the face of state Sen. Gail Schwartz, D-Snowmass, superimposed over the body of Donald Trump: “poor taste. It is an obvious leading candidate for the most tasteless piece of mail so far in the 2010 election cycle,” CCV’s Pete Maysmith said Thursday. “It's over the top and in poor taste.” A wave of other mailers, fliers and attack ads are being blasted by Democrats, Republicans and independents alike in the final weeks before the Nov. 2 general election.

Poll finds Coloradans back gas over coal as PUC weighs Xcel...

Colorado residents overwhelmingly prefer renewable energy and natural gas to coal as an energy source, according to a poll released Tuesday ahead of Colorado Public Utilities Commission deliberations over a controversial energy bill passed last legislative session.