Colorado Governor Inauguration Polis

Jared Polis, then a candidate for Colorado's governor, waves to voters during a rally with young voters on the campus of the University of Colorado in Boulder on Oct. 24, 2018.

Jared Polis is Colorado's new governor -- and Colorado Politics has been busy reporting on the man, his goals, his issues, his administration and his background.

Here are highlights from CoPo's coverage of Colorado's 43rd chief executive:

> Profile: Jared Polis

> What Polis' record in office reveals about the governor-elect

> ELECTION 2018 | Jared Polis earns historic victory over Walker Stapleton in Colorado governor’s race

> INTERVIEW: Jared Polis talks economic incentives, net neutrality and turkey

> INTERVIEW: Jared Polis on energy, death penalty, TABOR and more

> Polis' election a milestone in decades-long campaign to normalize gay rights

> Polis makes first round of cabinet picks

> Polis' executive team is full of familiar faces

> Polis names transition teams and chief of staff

> Activists protest Polis' choices for education transition team

> Polis vows to defend Colorado lands, outdoor industry

> Polis calls for creative transportation funding

> Polis registers internet domain name for president

> Polis to live in Boulder, not state mansion

> CRONIN & LOEVY | Democrat Jared Polis should follow Republican Bill Owens's path to success


> Inside the Polis campaign

> Election Preview 2018 | Governor's race comes down to money, message and momentum

> Election Preview 2018 | Colorado governor candidates on the issues

> Election Preview 2018 | Q&A’s with the Colo. governor candidates

> Homestretch: Polis trumpets ambitious agenda, turnout effort

> Polis among 1,400 U.S. candidates running on phaseout of fossil fuels for power

> Dear Governor: Advice for Colorado's next chief executive

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