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1 year 1 month ago

New Voting Rules for Colorado Elections

Colorado is preparing for an all-mail election this year under new statewide rules. In the past, Coloradans had the option of voting by mail rather than standing in lines on Election Day. In the upcoming November 5th election, every voter in the state will get a ballot in the mail,...

4 years 2 months ago

Clerk clears up confusion about voter cards

The Pueblo County Clerk wants to clear up some confusion about a card all registered voters should receive in the mail. It's called a voter information card. The card lists your precinct location, party affiliation and whether you're a permanent mail-in voter. Registered voters who want to change their address,...

4 years 2 months ago

Ruling on Tancredo's candidacy expected Tuesday

American Constitution Party gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo told a Denver judge that his party's bylines trumped state law when he got his last-minute nomination in July. The former Republican congressman was responding Monday to a lawsuit filed by two Republicans who claim Tancredo violated state law when he got...

4 years 2 months ago

GOP governor's group hints Colo. race a lost cause

Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes is shrugging off the suggestion that a national GOP group won't help finance his campaign anymore and says he will continue to fight for votes. A Maes spokesman made the comments Wednesday in response to Republican Governors Association Chairman Haley Barbour's remarks hinting...

4 years 3 months ago

Sprint time for Colorado Senate candidates

It's sprint time for Colorado Senate candidates in primary elections. They're working the phones, waving signs on busy street corners and putting final touches on what they hope will be victory speeches Tuesday night. Democrats are focusing on Colorado Springs. That's because El Paso is the most populous Colorado...

4 years 4 months ago

Colorado GOP candidates struggling

At a time when Republicans across the nation are counting on victories in gubernatorial races, Colorado's GOP is struggling with gubernatorial and U.S. Senate candidates who have stumbled in recent months. The latest problems include a spat between GOP Senate candidates Jane Norton and Ken Buck touching on gender...

4 years 5 months ago

Jane Norton cleared for Senate primary ballots

Colorado's primary election ballot has firmed-up, as Lt. Gov. Jane Norton has officially been placed before voters. Norton will face Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck in an Aug. 10 primary. Buck achieved top billing on the ballots through the statewide Republican assembly last month. Norton bypassed the assembly...

4 years 8 months ago

Lawsuit challenges new Colorado petition laws

A group of activists and advocates has filed a lawsuit challenging new Colorado laws that toughened requirements for people gathering signatures for ballot measures. The lawsuit was filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Denver against Colorado Secretary of State Bernie Buescher. The new laws were aimed at...

5 years 3 weeks ago

It's election day

It's election day for many Colorado municipalities, and this year's ballots include questions on legalizing marijuana and taking away cars from people driving without licenses. For Colorado Springs, the big questions are 2-C (property tax bill) and 300 (city enterprise fee). In Pueblo one of the major ones is...

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