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John Mikos, the chairman of the El Paso County Democratic Party, said he doesn’t get discouraged helming the underdog team in one of the state’s most reliably Republican counties — in part, because the county’s electorate has been shifting toward his party in the last few cycles.

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From free speech for robots to claims about the outcome of the 2016 election, Helen Norton clarifies key misconceptions about what the First Amendment actually covers.

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Dianne Ray is Colorado's official bean counter. Her job is to make sure taxpayers get their money's worth, and that government is constantly getting better and what it does, fixing the problems auditors flag.

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The executive director of the League of Women Voters of Colorado  told Colorado Politics her early passion for social justice stems from two sources: she's a product of a "very liberal and politically active" Episcopalian church and, like Vice President Kamala Harris, experienced LA County's desegregation busing as a child. The latter experience, Hendrix said, made the United Farm Workers' strikes particularly meaningful.

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Rebecca Love Kourlis, who is a former Colorado Supreme Court justice, and Russell Wheeler, a visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution, talked with Colorado Politics about their preference for more transparent judicial discipline proceedings, and the possibility that workplace culture, not just discipline, is lacking.