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A million dollars spent to influence a state Senate race? Outside...

The battle to replace Democratic state Sen. Linda Newell of Littleton is being waged not only by the two major party candidates, but by...

On the radar: Two sleeper statehouse races to watch this year

UPDATE: On Oct. 24, two days after this story ran, Rep. Tim Leonard amended his campaign finance filing to correctly identify the consulting firm....

Mysterious dark-money fliers target highly contested Colorado House and Senate races

Anonymous fliers are targeting candidates in the suburban battlegrounds of hotly contested Colorado House and Senate races — a tactic political observers say is...

Hard-to-trace ‘gray money’ raises the stakes in big Colorado races

With the election only a month away and mail ballots due out in less than two weeks, “gray money” groups are pouring millions of...

The big spending is on for state House and Senate races

With Election Day just 48 days away — and mail ballots out in 26 days — candidates for the state House and Senate are...

State House and Senate races starting to add up, dollar-wise

Updated: to include statement from Colorado Education Association on why they endorsed Republican Katy Brown in House District 3 over her Democratic opponent, Jeff...

Senate District 26 race likely to be one of the year’s...

A portion of Arapahoe County will see changes in who represents its residents at the state Capitol come January. Democratic Rep. Daniel Kagan of...

Colorado joins 2012 national voter ID war

DENVER-- Republicans and Democrats skirmished Wednesday over voter ID requirements, taking up a battle waging in capitols around the country and rehashing arguments that have been set against each other here every year for nearly a decade. The bill, HB 1111, passed in a party line vote in the Republican-controlled House State Affairs committee but is sure to be killed later on a party-line vote in a Democrat-controlled Senate committee.

Colorado election snafu roundup: Clerks resort to robocalls to fix bad...

The clock is ticking down until Colorado's big day. And with the John McCain campaign all but pulling out of the state as Barack Obama pushes forward, the result of the November election in Colorado may be coming into focus. Unfortunately, when it comes to election administration in Colorado, things are getting muddier and muddier by the day. In our election bungle roundup last week, we guided you through the week's most important news: national groups slamming Secretary of State Mike Coffman on his voter registration policy, Attorney General John Suthers backing Coffman in his recent voter purge, El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Bob Balink further disenfranchising student voters, and more. Read on to for the latest foul-ups:
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