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Mysterious ‘pop-up PAC’ tries to attack N.C. Senate candidate in last...

WASHINGTON — A super PAC financed tens of thousands of dollars worth of digital ads in late October soliciting allegations that North Carolina Senate...

What to expect on election night in Colorado

Through Oct. 25, nine days before the general election, Coloradans had already returned more than 1.61 million ballots. That comprises a 43.3% turnout among...

Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the journey your ballot takes to...

Mail-in voting is well underway in Colorado and already shattering records. As of Oct. 23, over 1.4 million ballots have been returned in the...

What poll watchers can – and can’t – do at voting...

During the first presidential debate on Sept. 29, President Donald Trump urged his supporters to “go into the polls and watch very carefully” for...

Statewide eviction moratorium ordered by Gov. Polis

Gov. Jared Polis on Wednesday issued an executive order establishing a 30-day statewide eviction moratorium after months of pressure from housing advocates and in...

Spending on legislative races spells trouble for Colorado Republicans

As millions of dollars in campaign contributions from large corporations and “dark money” nonprofits pour into Colorado’s legislative elections, spending figures show that Democrats...

Dark money, corporate cash fuel battle for Colorado legislature

Control of the Colorado State Senate is once again up for grabs in the 2020 election, and although most analysts favor Democrats to maintain...

Polis issues rental late fee ban through 2020; statewide eviction moratorium...

Gov. Jared Polis on Thursday announced an executive order banning forthcoming and accumulated late fees for Colorado renters through the end of the year...

Racism and homelessness highlighted during three-day Denver ‘vigil’

Community members gathered on the grass in front of the Denver City and County Building on Thursday afternoon to draw attention to the city’s...

Colorado’s new citizens wield growing electoral power

In Colorado alone, an estimated 59,806 people will have become naturalized U.S. citizens from 2014 through 2020. They represent a significant enough portion of...

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