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La Plata Electric Association cancels director elections

Candidates in all four districts ran unopposed

Colorado election deniers sued by civil rights groups over door-to-door ‘intimidation’

Canvassers reportedly wear badges, pretend to be associated with government and sometimes carry guns

Republicans report boost in turnout while Democrats see a slide at caucuses

La Plata County parties express confidence heading into November elections

Tina Peters indicted; criminal complaint details alleged conduct

Colorado GOP calls for her to exit secretary of state’s race

Ethical dynamics shift as Griswold and Peters run for same office

Ethics expert: Secretary of state must ‘step away’ from investigations of county clerk

Republican U.S. Senate candidates are relying on ‘dumpster fire’ ballot-access process

Six GOP hopefuls are battling for support of at least 30% of delegates

La Plata County Republicans energized at caucuses

Voters’ priorities include county land-use code, education, state and national issues

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

Eight would-be challengers to Boebert meet in forum hosted by La Plata County Democrats

Candidates tackle questions on environment, bipartisanship, and local and national policy

Montezuma Democrats to limit registration after Zoom bomber hits Colorado forum

Videos of child sex abuse posted during meeting

How to caucus in La Plata County

La Plata County Democrats and Republics will hold caucuses next week. The Democrats, for the most part, will meet on Zoom, while Republicans will hold in-person meetings. Here’s how to parti...

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