The former Colorado secretary of state and former Mesa County clerk named this week by competing officials to run the county's upcoming election say they plan to work together while state and local officials sort out who has the legal authority to make the appointment.
The secretary of state earlier in the day named Sheila Reiner, the Republican county treasurer and former two-term clerk and recorder, to the role. But Mesa County's three commissioners say they don't agree she can do that.
Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold on Tuesday appointed Mesa County Treasurer Sheila Reiner, the county's former clerk and recorder, to supervise the county's upcoming November election after determining that Tina Peters, the county's elected clerk, is incapable of overseeing the election.
Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold plans to appoint someone to supervise the upcoming November election in Mesa County after determining that Tina Peters, the county's elected clerk and recorder, is incapable of overseeing the election.
The LEAP initiative — it stands for Learning Enrichment and Academic Progress — asks voters to OK a tax increase of 5 percentage points on recreational pot sales, as well as pull additional funding for its programs from leases, royalties, rents and timber sales on state property.
Seven people will run to finish Councilwoman Nicole Johnston’s term representing Ward 2 on the Aurora City Council after she resigns from her position next month.
A recently formed nonprofit with Republican Party ties gave $128,000 this spring to campaign efforts that backed three Colorado Springs City Council candidates.
The Aurora City Council is looking for someone to fill its Ward Two seat after Councilwoman Nicole Johnston announced she would be resigning from her position in June.
The Aurora City Council is about to look a lot different as only one sitting council member is currently running for re-election for the five open seats in November 2021.
Voter turnout in the Colorado Springs City Council election Tuesday was low compared to recent municipal elections, records show. Raising the question: What should change?
Three new Colorado Springs City Council members and three incumbents won the six district races in Tuesday elections, early returns showed.
Colorado Democrats picked Morgan Carroll to chair the state party for a third two-year term Saturday at a virtual meeting of the party's state central committee.