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A coalition of labor unions said this week that a poll it fielded in a Democratic legislative primary in Denver wasn't meant to inflame racial bias after another group of union leaders cried foul, accusing the poll's sponsors of using the survey to launch "overtly racist and outrageously false attacks" on one of the candidates running in Colorado's June primary.

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Three of the Colorado Republicans who unsuccessfully sought this year's U.S. Senate nomination formally endorsed congressional candidate Erik Aadland on Thursday, calling the West Point graduate the Republicans' best chance to win the open 7th District seat.

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DENVER (AP) — Prosecutors in a western Colorado county said Thursday they found no evidence of tampering in the 2020 presidential election as alleged by a clerk who has become a prominent voice among those promoting former President Donald Trump’s unfounded claims of a stolen election.

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Jeff Hunt serves as director of the Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University and is one of the most visible voices on the abortion debate.Hunt said the conversation within the anti-abortion movement in Colorado revolves around a ballot measure in 2024 that is similar to Proposit…

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Danielle Neuschwanger, the Elbert County rancher who lost her bid earlier this month for a spot in Colorado's Republican gubernatorial primary, said on Saturday that she is running on a third-party ticket — despite objections by some Republicans that her campaign will split the conservative vote and boost chances of Democratic Gov. Jared Polis winning a second term.

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In six months, most Colorado voters will begin receiving their general election ballots in the mail, but before that ballot is set, voters first have to choose which Republicans will go up against the Democratic incumbents in major statewide races.

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The Colorado affiliate of the progressive Working Families Party on Wednesday rescinded its endorsement of congressional candidate Neal Walia, one day after the Denver Democrat qualified by petition to challenge U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette in the 1st Congressional District primary election.

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U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette, the longest-serving member of Colorado's congressional delegation, faces a primary challenge from fellow Denver Democrat Neal Walia after the first-time candidate qualified for the June ballot by submitting enough valid petition signatures, state election officials a…

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Jefferson County Republican Tim Reichert, who launched his bid to represent Colorado's 7th Congressional District in January by loaning his campaign $500,000, plans to report raising an additional $339,409 during the first three months of 2022, bringing his total receipts for the quarter to …

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Every Democratic member of Colorado's U.S. House delegation is supporting Yadira Caraveo, the presumptive Democratic nominee in the state's newest congressional district, following the state legislator's receipt on Monday of a trio of endorsements.

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“I fully expected Donald Trump to win in 2020 — and he did,” state Rep. Ron Hanks said to a roar of cheers at the Broadmoor World Arena, where 3,772 delegates gathered to pick statewide candidates for the June 28 primary ballot.

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Colorado is in that brief, awkward stage between the deadline for Republicans and Democrats to declare their candidacies for statewide and congressional offices and the deadline for the state's top election official to certify this year's primary ballot.