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Kent Thiry’s next political focus: Big changes to Colorado’s primary election process

The deep-pocketed former DaVita CEO has already spent millions on democracy-related initiatives in Colorado in recent years

Nearly 25% of Colorado’s state lawmakers have landed a statehouse seat by vacancy committee

There will be 24 lawmakers this year who secured a statehouse seat through a vacancy appointment

Colorado governor commutes 4 inmates’ sentences, pardons 20 people, including state trooper who guarded Capitol

The former trooper, Jay Hemphill, was sentenced to a year of probation after he pointed a gun at a woman near the Capitol in 2021

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

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

Hugh McKean, top Republican in Colorado House, dies of heart attack at 55

The lawmaker from Loveland was first elected to the legislature in 2016

National Republicans make foray into Colorado’s U.S. Senate race with $1.25M from PAC

The Senate Leadership Fund spending is the first real indication Republicans think Joe O’Dea has a shot at unseating Michael Bennet in November

Big-money groups remain on the sidelines as eyes turn toward Colorado’s U.S. Senate race

Spending typically is a sign that a race is competitive. So far, the race between Michael Bennet and Joe O’Dea hasn't heated up

Michael Bennet launches first TV ad in U.S. Senate race

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell indicates Republicans plan to commit resources Colorado election

Why the millions of dollars Democrats spent in Colorado’s Republican primaries didn’t work

All of the more extreme GOP candidates Democrats wanted to see win on Tuesday lost

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

Some failed Colorado congressional candidates still have campaign money. Here’s why.

Republican Cory Gardner and Democrat Mike Johnston both have more than $1 million left over