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Sandra Fish and Jesse Paul

Unlimited candidate fundraising, spending in municipal elections could be a thing of the past

Bill sponsors want to level the playing field

The eight Colorado districts Democrats flipped from the GOP

Democrats were bracing for losses on Election Day. Instead, they expanded their majorities

Democrat Jena Griswold defeats Republican Pam Anderson in Colorado’s secretary of state race

Contest for top election official centered on 2020 election denial, though both candidates agreed Trump didn’t win and that Colorado’s system is safe

Democratic Attorney General Phil Weiser wins reelection over Republican John Kellner

Democratic Attorney General Phil Weiser won a second term on Tuesday by defeating Republican John Kellner, the top prosecutor in the 18th Judicial District. Kellner conceded at about 9 p.m....

How much does it cost to run a political TV ad during a Denver Broncos game?

It ain’t cheap – up to $150,000 for one 30-second ad – but candidates are willing to pay it

Republican rancher and oil and gas booster donates millions to counter Polis spending

Steve Wells is keeping GOP challenger Heidi Ganahl in the political spending game with more than $6 million donated so far

Some Colorado congressional candidates don’t live in districts they’d represent

It’s a rare but legal move that leaves them vulnerable to political scrutiny

Tina Peters visits Mar-a-Lago, where candidates flock seeking Trump’s endorsement

The travel was allowed by Mesa County prosecutors, who are pursuing felony charges against her

Federal judge dismisses Republicans’ effort to block unaffiliated voters from Colorado’s primaries

Lawsuit sought to overturn ballot measure allowing unaffiliated voters to participate in partisan primary elections

Some congressional candidates received federal financial help during COVID crisis

Businesses owned by two U.S. Senate candidates critical of Democratic spending benefited from loans

Dark-money group bankrolled major Republican efforts in Colorado, tax docs show

Unite for Colorado, a nonprofit that doesn’t have to disclose its donors, spent $17.2 million in Colorado last year

Only 4.4% of bills were passed along purely party lines this year at Colorado Capitol

Analysis suggests more bipartisanship than might be expected, despite partisan rhetoric