In Bid To Keep Office, Hickenlooper Touts Strong Economy, Pragmatic Compromise Hickenlooper cruised into office in 2010 and engineered political goodwill, forged relationships with business and environmental groups, and remained the affable leader most seemed to love. So why the tough fight? Boulder County Clerk Explains How They Spot Potential Voter Fraud On Tuesday Boulder County gave CBS4 a tour of its Election Wing where all the ballots are sorted, verified and counted.
Beauprez Pins State’s Success To Local Control, Hands-Off Government Order To Remove CSU Student Newspaper Copies Reversed Hillary Clinton Headlines ‘Get Out The Vote’ Rally For Udall Parties Vie For Control Of Colorado Legislature Gardner Outraises Udall As Voting Begins Hillary Clinton Returns To Colorado To Help Udall Christie In Colorado Again To Stump For Beauprez Some Coloradans Angry Over Late-Night Candidate Robocalls Denver Won’t Pursue Charges Against State Sen. Steve King Colorado Tests Reach Of Democrats’ Ground Game
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