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More than 7,600 Colorado immigrants are stuck in a citizenship backlog...

Wait times for Colorado immigrants applying for citizenship are at near-unprecedented highs, stretching past 20 months in some cases, according to a new report...

Electoral College protest movement: Colorado’s role, and how reform would change...

Editor's note: Gov. Jared Polis signed the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact into law on March 15. Any day now, Democratic Gov. Jared Polis is...

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...

On Saturday, these groups will show you how to ‘unrig the...

Are our state politics rigged? Three national groups with footholds in Colorado are gathering Saturday at The Alliance Center in Denver for a public event...

Still planning to vote by mail in Colorado? Better hurry.

  You, dear voters, have been Googling like mad: "When is the latest you can vote by mail in Colorado?" We hear you. It's confusing. But whether...

Today’s the last day to change parties before the primary

Do you want to vote in the June 28 Republican or Democratic primaries in Colorado, but you're not a party member? To do so, you need...

Critics worry proposed bill would disenfranchise voters

A proposal to change the availability of voting centers across the state is splitting voting rights groups between those who favor saving money and...

Changes to El Paso County precinct boundaries spark caucus confusion

  UPDATE, Feb. 3: El Paso County Clerk and Recorder spokesman Ryan Parsell said he misspoke when he told The Independent voters were notified about recent...

Colorado’s new voting-machine mandates irk cash-strapped counties

Secretary of State Wayne Williams is enforcing a 2009 law that will require all 64 counties to replace some of their voting machines with equipment...