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Colorado Politics - AFTERNOON UPDATE
 
 
 

EYE OF THE STORM | Denver-based Dominion faces MAGA wrath

On Monday morning, nothing was stirring but a cold wind outside the two-story brick building that houses Dominion Voting Systems, the previously little known Denver company that was in the eye of President Trump’s storm to try to stay in the White House.

DA race in 18th Judicial District heads to recount

The race for the top prosecutor spot in the 18th Judicial District will go to a recount, which will start Dec. 1, according to Democratic candidate Amy Padden’s campaign.

After warnings to avoid travel, Denver Mayor Hancock flies to visit family for Thanksgiving

About 30 minutes before the flight, Hancock's account tweeted out to “avoid travel, if you can” in order to slow the spread of COVID-19.

State offers travel tips going into Thanksgiving weekend

CDOT emphasizes that nonessential travel is not recommended because of the COVID-19 pandemic and gatherings of any size with multiple households are prohibited in Red Level counties, including Denver.

What happens if Colorado hospitals have to start choosing who gets a hospital bed?

Should hospitals become overwhelmed, the state will enact a plan drawn up in April to ration care to the most likely to survive. 

Summit County service industry workers protest COVID-19 restrictions

Service industry workers marched in Breckenridge on Monday in protest of indoor dining restrictions and other COVID-19 measures in Summit County.

Northern Colorado business, labor frets red level virus restrictions

The 78 signatories of a letter to Gov. Jared Polis say increasing to red-level guidelines would deliver an economic blow from an already wobbly business community.

 
 

Free COVID-19 testing site opens for Adams, Arapahoe, Douglas counties

This is one of more than 50 free community testing sites throughout the state. Health officials urge the public to get tested if exposed to the virus or experiencing symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath and body aches.

Hickenlooper fundraisers try to feed the hungry, instead

The online fundraising machine provided by the national Act Blue group raised money for the hungry Wednesday with the same kinds of links it used to raise small-dollar donations for Senator-elect John Hickenlooper and other Democrats for months.

THE PODIUM | Locals step up for climate action

Anita Seitz: "A disrupted climate is increasingly our reality in Colorado and around the globe."