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Colorado Politics - MORNING UPDATE

Colorado’s one-stop source for balanced, in-depth political news and analysis — at the Capitol, across the state and beyond.


 

Heads up, Denver voters: Here’s the lowdown on the city’s upcoming ballot initiatives

With all the buzz around Colorado’s Propositions CC and DD, Denver voters may have missed the news about a few ballot initiatives of their own.

New Colorado poll finds support for Trump impeachment probe, 'headwinds' for Cory Gardner

A majority of Coloradans favor an impeachment inquiry of the president, and support former Gov. John Hickenlooper over Republican incumbent Cory Gardner, the poll says.

 
 

Denver school board candidate assails campaign cash as spending soars past $1.3M

“If you’re pouring this kind of money into the race that you’re getting from corporate interests or your own funding, who are you serving? It’s not the children."

Colorado politicos launch new site for conservatives

Conservatives in caucus states have a new online meeting place for like-minded neighbors, courtesy of a couple of well-known Colorado politicos.

 
 

Trump's use of military money for wall survives Senate test; Colorado senators split

The Senate voted to sustain the president's veto of Democratic-sponsored legislation reversing his raid of military base project money in Colorado and elsewhere to pay for the U.S.-Mexico border wall.

Lisa Calderón appeals dismissal of retaliation case against Denver Mayor Hancock

The former Denver mayoral candidate and current chief of staff for City Councilwoman Candi CdeBaca, is appealing a case against Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s administration.

OPINION | What, exactly, did the Founders have in mind for the Electoral College?

Hal Bidlack: "If the Electoral College were abolished, the GOP would be hard pressed to ever win the presidency again."