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1 year 7 months ago

Few Republicans on voter purge list

DENVER (AP) - Democrats and independent voters got 86 percent of the requests to withdraw from voting rolls if they're not citizens as part of an initiative from Colorado's Republican Secretary of State. The breakdown renewed skepticism that Scott Gessler has a political motivation in sending the letters. His office...

2 years 1 month ago

Democrats to hold caucuses today

DENVER (AP) - It's Super Tuesday, and Colorado isn't entirely left out of the action. Colorado Democrats hold precinct caucuses Tuesday night. Democrats are meeting four weeks after their Republican counterparts held precinct caucuses to choose presidential favorites. Democrats have no contested presidential contest, so their precinct caucuses have attracted...

3 years 5 months ago

Boehner: We must listen to the people

WASHINGTON (AP) - Rep. John Boehner says the GOP takeover of the House brings "a new majority" to Congress with a mandate to listen to the people. Appearing with fellow Republicans at a Capitol news conference, Boehner said it's "time for us to roll up our sleeves and get...

3 years 5 months ago

Update: Morse wins close race

Senate Majority Leader, Democrat John Morse defeated Republican challenger Owen Hill by a narrow margin of 13, 451 votes to 13,199. The unofficial 252 vote difference is greater than 0.5 percent margin (67 votes) required to trigger an automatic recount. The margin is based on the highest number of...

3 years 5 months ago

Colorado to be monitored for voter fraud

DENVER (AP) - Federal officials in Colorado and across the country will be monitoring elections next Tuesday for complaints of voter fraud or voting rights abuses. U.S. Attorney John Walsh says Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas O'Rourke will be in charge of handling complaints in Colorado while the polls are...

3 years 6 months ago

Deadline today to register to vote

The deadline to register to vote in the November general election is today, October 4th. In Colorado Springs, voter registration forms are available at each of the three Clerk & Recorder's Office locations: downtown at the main office at Centennial Hall (200 S. Cascade Avenue) the...

3 years 7 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,...

3 years 8 months ago

MTV selects its first-ever Twitter jockey

MTV has named 23-year-old Gabi Gregg its first "Twitter Jockey." Gregg won the position Sunday night after a nationwide vote. The TJ position is the updated version of the network's VJ job, and Gregg will report on pop culture news using Twitter, Facebook, blogs and MTV's website. Gregg graduated...

3 years 9 months ago

Monday deadline to register to vote

If you plan to vote in Colorado's Aug. 10 primary election you must register to vote by next Monday. You may register at all county Clerk and Recorder offices. In addition, you may register online. CLICK HERE for online registration form.

4 years 5 months ago

Mayor idea rejected in Pueblo

Two proposals to add a mayor to Pueblo City government were rejected by voters Tuesday. The first would have changed the city charter to require a strong mayor form of government. That mayor would have replaced the current city manager. The idea was rejected by a two-to-one margin. The measure...

4 years 7 months ago

Senate votes to allow guns on Amtrak

The Senate has passed a measure that would let Amtrak rail passengers carry handguns in their checked bags. Supporters say the measure is an effort to give Amtrak riders the same gun rights as airline passengers. Air travelers are allowed to transport firearms in checked baggage so long as they...

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