"As Secretaries of State and Chief Election Officials, we are aware of the ongoing and unprecedented threats directed at election workers across the country, and have seen their terrible impact on our colleagues," the secretaries of state said in their letter to Congressional leaders.
Colorado's U.S. senators said the proposal seeks to provide states with the resources to recruit and train election workers, while also instituting federal safeguards to shield them from intimidation and threats.
Voter registration in the old Senate District 25 favored Democrats by nearly 8,000 over Republicans, and with more than 44,000 unaffiliated voters. Voter registration in the new Senate District 13 is evenly divided between Democrats and Republicans, about 20,000 each, with unaffiliated voters numbering more than 38,000.
An Aug. 3 El Paso County grand jury indictment charging state Sen. Pete Lee with falsifying residency information pertains to votes he cast in El Paso County elections in 2019 and 2020.
The day after a $255,000 recount for Secretary of State confirmed her primary loss, Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters was formally arraigned on 10 felony and misdemeanor charges over alleged tampering with elections equipment more than a year ago.
Threats against election workers in Colorado prompted at least one county clerk to begin wearing a bulletproof vest, according to comments made during a Wednesday hearing of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee.
Things were tense at times Saturday at the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder's office as county election officials began conducting electronic recounts for four races from the June 28 primaries.
An arrest affidavit for former Mesa County Elections Manager Sandra Brown offers a comprehensive look at how the alleged election security breach took place in May 2021 and which has now led to criminal indictments of Brown, Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters and Deputy Clerk Belinda…
This year’s primary election saw the lowest turnout of young voters since Colorado began tracking primary voter ages in 2018, with experts speculating the two major parties are failing to engage the youth.
Coloradans head to the polls today to decide which candidates the two major parties will nominate for the November ballot. Nearly all of the most competitive primaries are in the Republican primary this year, since Democratic incumbents are seeking reelection without opposition in their prim…
Coloradans head to the polls today to decide which candidates the two major parties will nominate for the November ballot.
“Do you feel safe? You shouldn’t. Do you think Soros will/can protect you?” one message read.
Colorado's Attorney General has referred a complaint to the Department of Revenue and Colorado Department of Labor and Employment over the use of campaign money by U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Silt, for mileage claims.
Voter intimidation comes in many forms, the advisory from the Attorney General's Office noted.
The Colorado Secretary of State's Office announced Thursday it is investigating what it described as a potential breach of security protocols involving voting system equipment in Douglas County.
Douglas County's top election official did not have access to voting equipment and individuals with authorized access did not create any hard drive images, the county said in response to an investigation the Colorado Secretary of State's Office launched over what the latter described as a po…
Ernest Luning: "When it comes to attacks based on ethics complaints, the more spectacular the details, the better."
The bill, approved on a 219-212 vote, would restore the ability of the U.S. Justice Department to prevent changes to voting rules in places with a history of discrimination and allow minority residents to challenge state laws they consider discriminatory — reversing the effects of two recent Supreme Court decisions.
A pair of local lawyers scolded by a federal magistrate over their lack of evidence of a stolen presidential election last Friday asked for and were denied another hearing Wednesday afternoon.
Jenna Ellis posted a document online that she said proves RNC chair Ronna McDaniel has been lying about the party's support for Trump's grievances.
Beau Maier and Sofia LaRocca used large campaign donations to infiltrate progressive groups and political campaigns, including a $1,250 donation to Secretary of State Jena Griswold, which gained him to a Washington, D.C., fund-raiser, where they met Colorado's chief election official, the Times reported.
Ernest Luning catches up with Weston Imer, known as "the kid of the Trump campaign" in Colorado, who hopes some of that Trump magic can rub off on the long-shot bid of his mom, Laurel Imer, to unseat eight-term Democratic U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter.
A political consultant with strong Colorado ties is caught up in a controversy involving Donald Trump's stolen election lie, the Proud Boys and the Nevada Republican Party, according to reporting Wednesday from the Washington Post.
George Stern, 33, was elected clerk and recorder in Jefferson County in 2018, the first Democrat to hold the office since 1998.
U.S. Rep. Jason Crow is scheduled to appear on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday to talk about what he contends are the risks of failing to address the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol, after Senate Republicans blocked a commission to investigate the attack.
The measure won approval 252-175 in the Democratic-controlled House over objections from Republican leaders and former President Donald Trump, with all four of the state's Democrats voting in favor.
Eric Sondermann: "Here we are a full half-year past the election (and after all major news organizations, including Fox News and other conservative outlets, declared a Biden victory), and Trump’s party, led by the impresario himself, are firmly, defiantly, unmovably stuck between the grieving stages of denial and anger."
"If we’re more concerned about loyalty to a man instead of loyalty to principles and an ideology, then we’re lost as a party, and, unfortunately, that’s kind of where we are right now," said Wist, who spoke with Colorado Politics ahead of Thursday's release of a letter signed by more than 100 prominent Republicans.
A group devoted to defeating U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert at the ballot box is auctioning off the logo used by Shooters Grill, the Silt Republican's gun-themed restaurant in Rifle, after a comedian said Boebert's congressional office demanded he take down a parody website filled with unflatterin…
The KOM Colorado Poll from Keating Research, OnSight Public Affairs and Mike Melanson shows 56% of Colorado voters say they have a favorable opinion of Biden, who completed his 100th day in office on Thursday, while 42% give the president thumbs down.
It was the crinkle heard 'round the world — or across the Twitterverse, at least.
John Eastman, a University of Colorado Boulder visiting professor, is looking to sue CU for nearly $1.9 million after he was stripped of most of his job duties following his speech at President Donald Trump’s Washington, D.C., rally on Jan. 6 prior to the Capitol insurrection.
If you have a half hour and a suspicious mind about stolen elections, you can check out a video flagged to reporters by Secretary of State Jena Griswold on Wednesday afternoon.
Colorado congresswoman Lauren Boebert had a supporting role in the House Democrats' weekly press conference Tuesday.
Calling U.S. Sen. John Hickenlooper's Feb. 4 support for Republican-sponsored non-binding amendment to the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package "misguided," the county party's executive committee voted 40-5 Wednesday night to approve the reprimand.
Ernest Luning: "In Colorado, where Democrats have been in charge across the board for two years longer, Republicans are licking their chops at the chance to stage a comeback after years of diminishing clout at the ballot box and two straight cycles racking up historic losses."
The five are: The League of Women Voters of Colorado; Grand County Clerk Sara Rosene; Gunnison County Clerk Kathy Simillion; Adams County Clerk Josh Zygielbaum; and Christopher Krebs, former Director of the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency.
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, …
"Once I heard, 'Hang Pence,' I was done," she told Colorado Politics.
"I refuse to let their political machine write a narrative that millions of Americans know is false,” the Republican congresswoman said in a lengthy video.
Rep. Lauren Boebert was one of more than 100 House Republicans who formally objected to counting electoral votes from a half dozen states won by Biden, based on unfounded claims the election was "stolen" from Trump.
The Brighton lawmaker is the first prominent Colorado Republican to publicly call for Trump's ouster before his successor, President-elect Joe Biden, is inaugurated in less than two weeks.
Comparing the mobs of Trump supporters who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday to the armed gangs that brought down the Roman Republic, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, in an impassioned speech on the Senate floor, called on his colleagues to reject attempts to undo the election of Joe Biden.
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.
The Army Ranger combat veteran recounted the harrowing stretch when he was trapped in House chambers with more than a dozen other lawmakers and Capitol Police officers, who barricaded the doors and drew their guns to keep the rioters at bay.
"President Trump instigated a violent attack on our government in an attempt to remain in power against the will of the people," the Denver Democrat said.
While angry, frustrated and occasionally boisterous, those at the rally have not been violent, in contrast to their compatriots in Washington.
Members of Colorado's congressional delegation sent messages saying they were safe during the hour after they were evacuated from House and Senate chambers, where Congress was in the process of certifying President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory over objections by some Republicans.
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.
ATLANTA — President Trump and President-elect Joe Biden will both be in Georgia on Monday to energize their party's base on the eve of two crucial runoff races that will determine which party controls the U.S. Senate.