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The Secretary of State certified the ballot for Colorado’s 2022 general election on Monday, including 11 statewide ballot measures. 

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The lawsuit, which seeks a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction, claims that voters in SD25 should be the ones to determine whether Priola, who announced on Aug. 22 he was switching from Republican to Democrat, should be recalled.

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The Colorado Supreme Court will not hear an appeal from a group of unsuccessful Republican candidates who claim that discretionary primary election recounts conducted by the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder's Office were faulty.

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A judge on Tuesday threw out a lawsuit challenging a primary election recount lost by a Colorado county clerk who alleged "extensive malfeasance" during the June primary, in which she failed to become her party's nominee for the state's top election office.

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The sum — it's more than her Republican predecessor, Wayne Williams, raised during his entire 2018 campaign and marks Griswold's best fundraising month — underlines how the once-sleepy, down-ballot office, which oversees state elections, has taken center stage in the aftermath of former President Donald Trump's ongoing attempts to overturn the results of the last presidential election.

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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.

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The candidates for attorney general see water and the problems Colorado faces with its signature river in different lights but agree that renegotiating the Colorado River Compact, which dictates Colorado and its Upper Basin neighbors send more water downstream than is available, is not part …

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Gov. Jared Polis and his Republican challenger, Heidi Ganahl, spoke at Tuesday's Colorado Water Congress session, addressing climate change, the state water plan and the crisis on the Colorado River. 

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Joe O'Dea, the GOP contender for the U.S. Senate, insisted that the Upper Basin states, which include Colorado, shouldn't be "held responsible" for drastic reductions in water use and that California, Nevada and Arizona should "step up," arguing the latter have been overusing their allotment…