Gov. John Hickenlooper is asking Colorado’s attorney general to look into what he calls a political stunt by a Republican activist who switched his residency so he could vote in the recall election of Senate President John Morse of Colorado Springs.
Turnout in Colorado’s first legislative recall elections has been strong so far.
Voters in El Paso County can start casting ballots in the state’s first legislative recall election.
Campaigning in Colorado’s first legislative recall election is picking up.
The NRA is increasing financial support with $250,000 to try to recall two Colorado Democratic lawmakers who voted for new gun restrictions this year.
Colorado’s first-ever recall elections for state lawmakers are going to be like a mixed-breed dog.
Colorado elections administrators are back in court Wednesday ironing out how to run next month’s legislative recalls in Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
Just 45 percent of Colorado voters want Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper re-elected, and half disapprove of his stance on new gun laws and the death penalty after his refusal to set an execution date for a convicted mass murderer, according to a poll released Friday.
While the newest poll from Quinninpiac University about Colorado politics is about what’s going on right now, it may have a major impact on the election season in 2014.
Most Colorado voters oppose recall efforts against two Democratic legislators who supported stricter gun laws, but a majority of voters disagree with the new legislation and don’t believe tougher restrictions would’ve prevented mass shootings, according to a poll released Thursday.