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Jesse Paul
Position: The Colorado Sun

Nearly $6 million was spent on Colorado’s legislative primaries. Here’s how it affected the outcome

In 10 races where state-level super PACs, some funded by hidden sources, spent to help Democratic candidates viewed as more moderate, eight won

Group tied to Kent Thiry drops $1.1 million into Colorado legislative primaries in final days before election

The money from Let Colorado Vote Action targets 13 races and supports more moderate Democratic and Republican candidates in their races against their more liberal or conservative opponents

Democrat Adam Frisch is running TV ads in 3rd Congressional District GOP primary

Strategy an apparent attempt to shape race and give himself a better chance to win in November

The 8 gun bills signed into law this year by Colorado governor

A handful of other measures didn’t make it across the finish line

Polis signs bill that thwarts statewide ranked choice voting

Governor faced pressure to veto the bill after last-minute provisions were added

Lauren Boebert has massive lead in Republican primary, poll shows

40% of those polled said they would vote for the congresswoman on June 25

If voters adopt ranked choice voting, Colorado may prevent it from taking effect

Last-minute provisions added to an elections bill would create a major barrier

When Colorado lawmakers return next year, no Dems will have served in the minority

Democrats have controlled both chambers for years

Colorado lawmakers pass bipartisan property tax relief bill as 2024 legislative session comes to a close

The General Assembly hopes its legislation will persuade voters not to back property tax measures on the November ballot that would ravage state and local government budgets

Bill to ban purchase, sale and transfer of so-called assault weapons in Colorado will be shelved

Sponsor of House Bill 1292 will ask for measure to be killed

Colorado lawmakers reject push to prevent local short-term rental rules from applying to backcountry huts and cabins

Senate Bill 213, which was connected to the wealthy owner of a backcountry property outside Crested Butte, drew the ire of counties

Colorado legislative property tax plan is in 11th-hour limbo

A commission has been working to prevent spikes in annual bills