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Colorado grocery workers oppose proposed Kroger-Albertsons merger

Union voiced objections ahead of Senate meeting scheduled for Tuesday

Early-season snow off to good start in Colorado’s high country

So far, the biggest in-state beneficiary has been Southwest Colorado with 217% of the median snowpack

Jared Polis easily beats Heidi Ganahl to secure second term as Colorado’s governor

The Democrat easily defeated his Republican challenger, University of Colorado Regent Heidi Ganahl

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....

Colorado mixed on alcohol measures with wine sold at grocery stores too close to call

Measures that would have dramatically changed the way Coloradans buy alcohol were failing Tuesday night, even with $30 million in campaign donations

Results too close to call for Prop. 123, a ballot measure to fund affordable housing

Colorado voters were split on a ballot measure that would set aside nearly $300 million each year in existing tax revenue to help local governments and nonprofits increase affordable housing...

Voters approve Prop. FF, clearing way for school meals program funded by cutting tax breaks for the wealthy

The new program will give all Colorado public school students access to free breakfasts and lunches, regardless of household income

Colorado voters divided on proposal to legalize ‘magic mushrooms,’ other natural psychedelic drugs

Proposition 122, which would allow healing centers where people could consume psilocybin mushrooms, leads in voting

Michael Bennet elected to his third U.S. Senate term as Colorado voters reject Republican Joe O’Dea

If Bennet, a Democrat, serves his full six-year term, he will become Colorado’s longest-serving U.S. senator in the century since state legislatures stopped selecting senators

Group led by former Trump adviser targets Colorado Latino voters with anti-transgender ads

American First Legal, which is led by Trump aide Stephen Miller, is sending mailers and airing Spanish-language radio ads in Colorado

State program provides retirement fund for small-business employees

Employers with five or more staff members to be automatically enrolled in 2023