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Position: The Colorado Sun

Lawmaker didn’t attend a Colorado House floor debate in person until 45 days into session

Elisabeth Epps said she had an ‘extended health condition,’ but didn’t elaborate

Nikki Haley came to Colorado. Here’s how her visit went

The Republican said she’d be a better candidate than Trump against Democratic President Joe Biden

Lauren Boebert gets restraining order against her ex-husband

The order applies to the Republican congresswoman and the couple’s three minor children. A hearing is scheduled for Thursday to make the order permanent

Unaffiliated voters can cast ballots in Colorado’s Republican primaries this year, federal judge rules

State GOP requested a preliminary injunction barring unaffiliated voters from participating in the state’s June 25 primary election

Lauren Boebert’s fundraising dropped off, but she still holds a big cash advantage in her new congressional district

None of Boebert’s opponents in the 4th Congressional District came close to matching her

A lot of people want to run for office in Colorado this year. Here’s what it takes to actually get on the ballot

Candidates may start gathering petition signatures this week. If they go the caucus and assembly route, they must start gathering support ahead of March

Federal judge rejects Tina Peters’ attempt to halt her Mesa County criminal trial

Former county clerk’s trial on 10 counts connected to a breach of Mesa County’s election system set to begin Feb. 7

What Colorado’s congressional delegation got done this year – and what’s ahead

The Colorado Sun examines how the bills introduced by the seven Democrats and three Republicans in Colorado’s congressional delegation fared this year

Kent Thiry’s proposal to overhaul Colorado’s election system has Democrats and Republicans skeptical

The opposition runs the gamut, from concerns about unfairness to people with disabilities to questions about how the change would benefit wealthy candidates

2024 ballot measure would make Colorado’s primaries open, enact ranked-choice voting for general elections

Kent Thiry, the wealthy former CEO of DaVita, is behind the initiative, which would also do away with Colorado’s caucus and assembly process and vacancy committees

Tina Peters files federal lawsuit to block criminal investigations, prosecutions against her

Peters, a Republican who ran unsuccessfully for Colorado secretary of state last year, was indicted on 10 counts by a Mesa County grand jury. Her trial begins Feb. 7.

Colorado secretary of state’s robocall reminding millions of voters to cast their ballots cost $50,000

The call comes after Jena Griswold faced criticism last year when her office spent more than $1 million to run a TV ad featuring her and former Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams, a Republican, in the months leading up to the 2022 election