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Colorado’s first independent congressional redistricting commission is complete, after a panel of retired judges selected the final six commissioners Monday, meaning the group of 12 can begin to meet and make decisions about how to move forward with their mapping duties.

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ORLANDO, Florida — Former President Donald Trump teased a 2024 White House bid and relitigated unfounded claims that the November election was stolen, initiating act two of his political career with a rousing speech to adoring supporters at the Conservative Political Action Conference that aimed to solidify his command of the Republican Party.

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McReynolds is considered one of the nation's experts on vote by mail. An October profile in TIME called her "the country’s most outspoken evangelist for voting by mail," and a guru to other states trying to figure out vote by mail for the first time in 2020 because of the pandemic.

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The bill from Sen. Paul Lundeen, R-Monument, would require voters to cast ballots in person either on election day or in the six-day period leading up to election day. It would still allow voters to cast ballots by mail, but would require voters to opt in to receive a mail-in ballot.

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Mike Lindell, like Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell earlier, stands to lose $1.3 billion in the defamation lawsuit for his aggressive promotion of a theory that the election was stolen because Dominion voting equipment flipped votes to Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

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If no party asks for the board's reconsideration, proponents will be on track to begin gathering the 124,632 required signatures to place Initiative #14 on the statewide ballot.

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Commissioners for Colorado’s first independent citizens redistricting commissions continue to be selected from thousands of applicants, with two Republicans, two Democrats and two nonparty-affiliated voters selected Friday for the legislative redistricting commission.

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While the lines blur between myths, truisms and rules of thumb, it’s a good idea now and then to examine some of the most prevalent assumptions, including a cluster of related maxims that keep appearing whenever politicos and pundits bend elbows to talk state politics.

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"You don’t need to take my word for it, that the insurrections acted at Donald Trump’s direction," the Denver Democrat told senators, opening the third day of Trump's second impeachment trial. "They said so. They were invited here. They were invited by the president of the United States."

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El Paso County Republicans have been sounding the alarm over plans by the party's embattled chair to engage a group of armed volunteers to provide security at the county GOP's meeting Saturday, when hundreds of Republicans are expected to gather at a Colorado Springs church to elect party officers.

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Nicknamed the “Petition Rights Amendment,” the initiative seeks to legalize ballot initiatives throughout most units of state and local government, limit the legislature's ability to shield laws from referendum, and impose fines on people who impede the activities of signature gatherers, among other changes.

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U.S. Sen. John Hickenlooper, a Colorado Democrat, on Friday announced a slew of hires for his offices in Washington and Colorado, including Capitol Hill veterans, former campaign staffers and former aides to Colorado's senior senator, Democrat Michael Bennet, and Hickenlooper's predecessor, …

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FEC (Faith, Education and Commerce) United and United American Defense Force issued a joint statement Wednesday morning to "stand tall to ensure we don’t lose sight of the bigger picture" and told members not to "stoop down to the leftist’s level of chaos and anarchy."

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SANTA FE, N.M. — Protesters backing President Donald Trump massed outside statehouses from Georgia to New Mexico on Wednesday, leading some officials to evacuate while cheers rang out at several demonstrations as a pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol.

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Since the creation of Cardboard Cory in the spring of 2017, Indivisible leader Katie Farnan wrangled the 5-foot-tall, nearly life-size cutout of Colorado’s outgoing Republican senator, Cory Gardner, around the metro area and across the state.