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Colorado leads way with mail-in ballots, secretary of state says

Voter service centers will open to meet needs of Ute tribes

New Mexico Republicans to announce moderate agenda

RIO RANCHO, N.M. – New Mexico Republicans are planning to unveil a moderate agenda around economic development in a bid to capture the state House and Senate. GOP House Minority L...

Will candidates for U.S. Congress meet in a debate?

Mitsch Bush, Boebert have yet to see each other face to face

U.S. Senate candidates far more partisan in emails Gardner’s, Hickenlooper’s TV ads tend to tout bipartisanship

At television ad for Cory Gardner last month featured the former deputy director for Colorado State Parks saying the U.S. senator is “one of the few Republicans who fights for green energy.”...

As gun supply tightens, firearm sales surge in Four Corners

Stores attribute high demand to election, social unrest

‘It’s not only my right, it’s my responsibility to honor those women’

Durango celebrates 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote

Local groups to celebrate 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote

Coronavirus-adapted event to feature open-air gallery at Buckley Park

La Plata County clerk perceives no delays with mail-in voting

Ballots expected to be sent out Oct. 9, received no later than Oct. 16

Voter outreach will extend to La Plata County Jail, with COVID precautions

Only 15 to 20 inmates typically vote in elections

Independent La Plata County commission candidates make November ballot

Signatures verified by clerk and recorder

Independent La Plata County commission candidates turn in signatures

Minkler, Turner must each have about 600 valid signers to appear on ballot

Primary ballots arrive in La Plata County mailboxes

County clerk says mail-in safest, easiest way to vote