The past two weeks have been a rough go for medical marijuana center owner Jeff Sveinsson. "It's been very stressful not knowing." he says. With a proposed mmj shop ban voted down in El Paso County, he's happy to see that his business will be allowed to stay up and... more »
More than two weeks after the polls closed on November 2, the 2010 midterm General Election in El Paso County is finally official and there will be no recounts of races that were too close to call.
According to the El Paso County Elections web site maintained by the... more »
El Paso County's ballot question asking voters to decide whether to ban medical marijuana dispensaries may be headed for an automatic recount, but it may be more than two weeks before the necessity of a recount is determined.
With 100 percent of precincts reporting, unofficial results show "No" votes... more »
It was a long election night Tuesday where Senatorial opponents Ken Buck and incumbent Michael Bennet were stuck in a neck and neck race. Early Wednesday Bennet pulled out a victory by only around 15 thousand votes. "I was watching the earlier polls and I thought it wasn't going to... more »
The campaign trail can be a long one for candidates, but the end is in sight.
Colorado candidates spent most of the weekend going from one corner of Colorado to the other to rally supporters and generate votes.
In Colorado Springs Sunday, people could shake hands with both... more »
DENVER (AP) - Having tried to win over undecided voters, Colorado's candidates spent yesterday trying to run up their numbers in places where they're already popular. Senate candidate Ken Buck and other Republicans were focusing on GOP-friendly turf along the Western Slope, around Colorado Springs and in Denver's southern suburbs.... more »
The reason people vote is generally the same, they think it's important and want their voice heard. But why do people vote for what they vote for? Do campaign signs and advertisements really make a difference?
When voters head to the polls to cast their ballot, it's a vote... more »
The Pikes Peak Library District provides a good example of the debate over amendments 60, 61, and proposition 101. Most of the money the library uses (85 percent of the budget) comes from property taxes. Amendment 60 would lower those taxes.
Jill Gaebler is the vice president of the... more »
The Republican and Democratic nominees for Colorado governor have agreed to a fall debate schedule. Dan Maes and John Hickenlooper will participate in 10 debates, including the Colorado Decides 2010 "Gubernatorial General Election Debate" that aired last week.
The debate schedule is based on invitations to the candidates and... more »