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Position: The Colorado Sun

Judge quashes arrest warrant for indicted Mesa County clerk

Tina Peters traveled to conference in Las Vegas

Colorado delegation is split on Biden’s federal gas tax pause

Four of the six Democrats in Colorado’s congressional delegation back the idea, while the remaining two are skeptical

Republican primary voters in Colorado reject slate that embraced election conspiracies

‘I think the Republican party returned to sanity,’ says former GOP chairman

Lauren Boebert easily beats primary challenger Don Coram in Colorado’s 3rd District

Coram promised to be a drama-free, get-it-done replacement

Joe O’Dea beats Ron Hanks in Colorado’s Republican U.S. Senate primary

O'Dea, a first-time candidate, overcame millions of dollars in Democratic spending to aid his primary opponent, state Rep. Ron Hanks

Meet the Colorado man whose identity was allegedly stolen by Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters

Gerald Wood speaks publicly for the first time about his connection to the embattled election official

Get to know the Republican candidates for Colorado governor and where they stand

Greg Lopez, a former mayor of Parker, and Heidi Ganahl, a University of Colorado regent, will face off in the June 28 primary

Colorado vetoes bill to require developers to include EV chargers

Polis said HB 1218, which passed with almost no Republican support, had ‘inflexible mandates’ and could be premature

Republican Joe O’Dea empties his pockets in Colorado primary with Ron Hanks

O’Dea will spend more than $300,000 on television and radio ads over the next several weeks

6 big areas where the two Republicans running for U.S. Senate in Colorado disagree

Hanks and O’Dea disagree on abortion, climate change and how to beat Bennet in November

Is calling Denver a ‘toilet bowl’ a winning message for Colorado Republicans in 2022?

Republicans’ statements follow comments about rural Colorado “A toilet bowl.” “A city that no one wants to come to.” “There’s nobody out there that says Denver’s great anymore.” Those were t...

5 ways the Colorado Legislature just affected your wallet – in a good way

Your property taxes won’t rise as much as they were supposed to and Coloradans will temporarily avoid a $2 increase in the cost to get or renew a driver’s license