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How Adam Frisch won the chance to challenge Boebert, and what’s next in the race

Narrow margin against Sol Sandoval not close enough to trigger recount

Colorado voters may decide whether to legalize psychedelic mushrooms this fall

A measure to allow for cultivation and use is one step away from making November ballot

Unaffiliated voters heavily favor Republican races in 2022 La Plata County primaries

Democrats eye U.S. Supreme Court decisions as a motivator toward November

Unaffiliated voters cast more GOP ballots than Republicans in some counties

GOP primaries were more competitive, which may be why more people voted in those races

After Colorado primary, experts discuss strategies as focus shifts to general election

Strategists say something big would need to happen to bump Boebert from path to victory

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

Q&A: Head of Colorado County Clerks fires back at conspiracy theorists

‘It's really frustrating when people make up these problems ... and scare people for votes’

Three recent Durango High School graduates observe election process from the inside

‘With everything that happened in 2020, I wanted to just see the process for myself,’ says Tommy Pope, age 18

Republican primary voters in Colorado reject slate of candidates who embraced election conspiracies

‘I think the Republican Party returned to sanity tonight,’ said Dick Wadhams, former chairman of the state GOP

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

Lauren Boebert easily beats primary challenger Don Coram; Frisch takes lead for Democrats

Coram promised to be a drama-free, get-it-done replacement

Pam Anderson wins Colorado secretary of state’s primary, handily beating indicted Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters

Contest drew national attention as a test of whether GOP voters would embrace election conspiracies