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Judge bars Mesa County clerk from overseeing 2022 elections

It’s the second consecutive year Tina Peters won’t be allowed to oversee voting

Coloradans can expect a wave of anonymous political texts as 2022 campaign revs up

Laws require people, groups behind political text messages disclose who they are, but that seldom happens

Colorado Republicans’ hopes of winning in 2022 clash this week with 2020 election deniers

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and attorney John Eastman are in the spotlight ahead of the GOP state assembly

Climate bills have drawn the most lobbying in Colorado’s 2022 legislative session

Spending continues to rise, with Xcel Energy topping list

Republicans file federal lawsuit to block unaffiliated voters from Colorado’s primary election

La Plata County Republican Central Committee chairman signs on as a plaintiff

So you want to caucus? Here’s how to do it when parties gather next week

Precinct-level events start March 1; times and locations vary by county

Two wealthy Colorado Republicans running for U.S. Senate each injected more than $500,000 into their campaigns

Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet raised $2.1 million in the fourth quarter of 2021

What we can learn from the 10,000 tweets sent by Colorado’s congressional delegation in 2021

Boebert sent the most tweets, but she didn’t have the one with the most engagement

Colorado’s 2022 legislative session begins. Here’s your guide to get involved.

Here’s how to find your lawmakers, testify on bills, stay up-to-date and more

An analysis of Colorado congressional floor speeches to see who had the most – and least – to say in 2021

From the Jan. 6 insurrection, impeachment, policy issues and politics, C-SPAN video reveals how much some talked and how one spoke not at all

Colorado governor reduces truck driver’s sentence to 10 years from 110; pardons 1,315 people for marijuana possession

Four people died in 2019 when an out-of-control semi crashed into them

Two Colorado Republican candidates will limit their campaign spending

Voluntary spending caps allow gubernatorial and secretary of state candidates to sidestep limits on receiving donations