Colorado Secretary of State
Democrats on a legislative committee rejected a GOP proposal Wednesday to cancel the voter registration of people in Colorado suspected of not being U.S. citizens.
Colorado auditors won’t investigate how Republican Secretary of State Scott Gessler uses his discretionary fund after lawmakers deadlocked on whether to proceed.
A Colorado district court judge has blocked Secretary of State Scott Gessler’s rules on mail ballots.
Colorado Republican Secretary of State Scott Gessler is defending his search for noncitizens registered to vote and says the voting system remains vulnerable to fraud.
Colorado’s nine electoral college voters cast their ballots at a ceremony at the state Capitol to ratify the results of the presidential race.
Businesses complain about getting a letter asking for money to file annual minutes with the Secretary of State’s Office. Consumer Investigator Jodi Brooks finds out this is not required under Colorado law.
Colorado’s Independent Ethics Commission will investigate whether Secretary of State Scott Gessler wrongfully used state money to travel to a Republican election law training event and the Republican National Convention in Tampa in August.
Almost 47 percent of Colorado’s registered voters have already cast their ballots.
Political analysts say how Arapahoe County voters choose could decide the White House, but a group of critics call the electronic machines used there faulty.
Nearly one-tenth of Colorado’s active registered voters have already cast ballots for the November elections.
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