A complaint from a Colorado legislator alleging a gun lobbyist threatened her with negative mailers remains unresolved because the lobbyist refused to fully participate in the inquiry, lawmakers investigating the matter said.
Colorado’s first-ever legislative recall elections will require most voters to cast ballots in person, even if they have previously requested ballots by mail, the state’s high court ruled Thursday.
Colorado’s legislative recalls over gun control got more complicated Wednesday when a county clerk vowed to appeal a ruling giving third-party candidates more time to get on the Sept. 10 ballots.
The governor’s race has officially begun and Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper is touring southern Colorado as potential Republican opponents increase attacks on his record.
Two state lawmakers who are facing the first legislative recalls in Colorado history are awaiting resolution of another legal challenge.
Former Pueblo police officer George Rivera has made the ballot to challenge a Colorado state senator in a recall over new gun restrictions.
A former Colorado Springs councilman has turned in signatures to challenge a Democrat facing a recall election over support for new gun restrictions.
A former Pueblo police officer challenging a Colorado state senator in a recall over new gun restrictions has turned in signatures to get on the ballot.
One of Colorado’s most disturbing and harrowing times — the shooting in Aurora at the Century 16 movie theater — marks one year Saturday.
After we consider the stories of the heroes and how the community is moving forward, it would be wise to consider how the events of July 20, 2012, have changed Colorado politics more than any event in recent history, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.