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Jesse Paul
Position: The Colorado Sun

Colorado GOP requires presidential candidates pay up to $40,000 to appear on the state’s 2024 primary ballot

Democratic and Republican parties in other states also force presidential candidates to pony up to appear on their primary ballots, but it doesn’t seem to have been imposed in Colorado in at least a decade

Update: Joe Biden postpones Colorado trip amid Israel-Hamas conflict

The White House said the visit would be rescheduled

What we learned from Colorado’s governor — including his position on some hot-button issues — at SunFest

Jared Polis talked about everything from affordable housing to passenger rail to water conservation when he appeared at the inaugural Colorado Sun festival convening the state’s civic and cultural leaders

Lauren Boebert apologizes after being removed from ‘Beetlejuice’ performance

Representative sorry actions or words caused harm: ‘I simply fell short of my values’

Lauren Boebert escorted from ‘Beetlejuice’ performance in Denver

Congresswoman’s campaign said she was asked to leave for taking photographs

New federal lawsuit targets Colorado law meant to persuade voters not to cut their taxes

House Bill 1321 requires that voters be informed of at least three programs and services that would be affected by ballot questions decreasing taxes

Grand Junction mayor becomes latest Democrat to launch a bid to unseat Lauren Boebert

Anna Stout will face a primary with Adam Frisch, who nearly unseated incumbent in 2022

Two Colorado House Democrats sue their caucus, Republicans alleging open meetings violations

Legal action is a rare intraparty spat spilling into public view and the courts

Proposed change to Colorado GOP bylaws would make it easier to block unaffiliated primary voters

Closing Republican primaries has been a major objective of the far right

Colorado law allowing politicians to block people on social media may be harder to use than it seems

Legislature’s nonpartisan lawyers warn House Bill 1306 won’t necessarily prevent lawsuits

Colorado taxpayers will get even larger refund checks next year than predicted

TABOR surplus is now estimated at more than $3 billion

Colorado’s governor vetoed more bills in 2023 than he has before

Jared Polis rejected 10 measures this year; his previous record was five