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Peter Marcus
Position: Staff reporter
Phone Number: (720), 891-8280

Darryl Glenn gains momentum in final days of U.S. Senate race

Democrats say too little, too late; remain confident of Bennet victory

Judge raises concerns with Colorado ‘ballot selfie’ law

Prosecutors promise not to file charges related to 125-year-old law

Governor’s office unveils $28.5 billion budget request

Includes reductions in state services

Colorado, county officials discount idea of ‘rigged’ election

Multiple, bipartisan protections in place to protect integrity

Clinton emails a chance for GOP to turn the tables

Renewed scrutiny pushes Democrats to explain allegiance to Clinton

Tipton, Schwartz race intensifies as battle wages on

GOP has advantage in CD3 but underperforming overall

End-of-life ballot issue stirs passion on both sides

Big money and claims of misinformation mark campaigns

Amendment 71 creates odd bedfellows

Effort to toughen constitutional amendment process creates strange coalitions

Lawsuit aims to allow ballot selfies in Colorado

State senator and first-time voter argue free speech is on the line

Proposition 106 would allow aid-in-dying medication in Colorado

Opponents concerned about abuse, coercion from family members

Darryl Glenn says he is the leader needed in U.S. Senate

DENVER – Republican Darryl Glenn is running for U.S. Senate because he is worried about the future for his two daughters. Glenn sees national security as perhaps the greatest conc...

Libertarian Senate candidate worried about loss of freedoms

DENVER – Libertarian Lily Tang Williams is drawing upon her background as a Chinese immigrant in running for U.S. Senate in Colorado. Having left the communist country for a diffe...