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Colorado’s first all-mail presidential election: Vote early and they’ll leave you...

  This election cycle in Colorado has already seen a few firsts: A black nominee for the U.S. Senate, a Libertarian allowed in a big...

Udall, Hancock, Webb take a walk to the ballot mailbox

  DENVER — Early this morning, Democratic candidates and leaders gathered with a few dozen supporters in Denver's Five Points neighborhood to walk the talk on campaigns...

Wiretap: War or counterterrorism?

Are we at war against ISIS? Or is it, as President Obama put it, a "counterterrorism campaign"?

Senate works to keep military bases open; House to employ veterans

Notes from the 99th day of the 2014 legislative session.

Election bill sets stage for Senate theater

It's a fairly technical election-administration bill, but in Colorado election administration has become almost as politically charged a topic as gun rights.

Election-year push for election-law timeout likely doomed

Colorado's election reform law needs tuning up. A plan to put it on blocks for two years made by GOP candidates in tough election races this year is probably not going to fly.

Voting on Election Day in Colorado? Here’s what you need to...

It will likely take planning, preparation and perseverance to get through the longest ballot in Colorado history amid unprecedented turnout for the historic 2008 election. Even though more than half of the state's active voters have already cast a ballot, it all comes down to Election Day, when as many as one million Colorado residents will trek to their local polling place and exercise their right to vote.