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Democrats lead fundraising in Colorado’s major congressional contests

Dark-money nonprofit fuels $3 million TV ad campaign against Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joe O’Dea

Durango business owners sober about voting ‘no’ on host of ballot measures

Three alcohol-related measures draw the ire of local merchants

Candidate races expected to drive higher voter turnout this year in La Plata County

Hot-button issues include rising inflation, property taxes and abortion rights

5 things to know about Colorado’s psychedelics ballot initiative

Proposition 122 would allow the personal use of psilocybin mushrooms

Here’s where Colorado treasurer candidates stand on the issues

Democratic Treasurer Dave Young faces former state Rep. Lang Sias, a Republican, in the race for who will oversee the state’s money

Proposition 122: Colorado voters will decide whether to legalize magic mushrooms

The measure would allow for the creation of natural medicine healing centers where people could use psychedelic mushrooms.

Proposition 123: Should Colorado set aside $300 million a year for affordable housing?

Naysayers worry about how it would affect the state budget and TABOR refunds

A quick rundown of what’s on this year’s ballot locally and in Colorado

There are 11 proposed amendments to state law or the state Constitution

Incumbent La Plata County commissioner says familiarity with county code should give him edge

Democrat Clyde Church says affordable housing presents greatest challenge

Boebert, Frisch debate inflation, environment and education ahead of early voting

League of Women Voters forum moderated by Durango resident Lori Smith Schell

Colorado Municipal League takes sides on November ballot issues

Group opposes magic mushrooms and third-party beer and liquor deliveries

As Bennet-O’Dea race tightens, O’Dea hopes to appeal to ‘middle Colorado’

Republican candidate buoyed by poll that shows him within seven points of Democratic challenger