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Colorado’s Park County ‘filed a legal complaint’ against Evergreen Newspapers and two...

A board of commissioners in Park County, acting "by and through" the county coroner, "filed a legal complaint against the Canyon Courier's umbrella organization Evergreen...

Unaffiliated voters in Colorado: Only mail back one ballot or your...

By now, you might have already gotten your ballots for the June 26 primary elections in Colorado. If you’re one of Colorado’s largest population...

Unaffiliated voters are asking for more Democratic than GOP ballots in...

For the first time, Colorado’s roughly 1.2 million unaffiliated voters will be able to cast ballots in Democratic or Republican primaries, including in this...

Attorney general candidate sues the secretary of state over rejected voter...

This story was updated on May 3 after a judge dismissed the lawsuit.  Brad Levin, a Democratic candidate for attorney general, saw about half the...

WATCH: Unaffiliated and third party candidates for U.S. Senate debate

Four non-major-party candidates running for U.S. Senate in Colorado squared off in a debate Wednesday evening in Pueblo. Colorado arts advocate Paul Noel Fiorino and middle-class...

Are you one of Colorado’s 611,000 inactive voters? Here’s how to...

  This November will mark the first time Colorado voters will be able to cast their ballots for president entirely by mail. That's thanks to a package of...

Obama taps energized Boulder supporters for crucial last-stretch turn-out-the-vote drive

BOULDER-- In a speech that alternated between conversational asides and full-throat exhortations, President Obama rallied roughly 11,000 supporters at the packed Coors Event Center on the University of Colorado campus here Thursday. It was the latest but not the last scheduled event in the high-intensity swing-state get-out-the-vote effort his campaign here has orchestrated for the final short stretch to Election Day next week.

Colorado trends suggest Romney plan to court only ‘thoughtful independents’ doomed

Republican Party donors and strategists alarmed by the trajectory of the embattled Romney presidential campaign won't find much to boost their spirits in swing-state Colorado. On the contrary, what's happening on the ground here suggests the party's nominee is failing to execute the strategy he said he "inelegantly" outlined in the hidden-camera videotape that has dominated the politics news cycle for the last two days.

Curry courts unaffiliated voters in high-profile write-in campaign

Kathleen Curry, a three-term state representative from Gunnison, hopes to spark an independent revolution on Colorado’s Western Slope with her write-in candidacy for House District 61 in November.