A contentious Democrat-led effort to change rules governing recalls after two of their senators were booted from office has cleared the House on a party-line vote.
Century-old elections language sparked a fiery partisan debate in the Colorado Senate on Thursday as Democrats steered through an update to recall laws despite complaints that they’re trying to change the rules in their favor.
Colorado Democrats say they have a nonpartisan plan to update antiquated election law when it comes to recall elections.
One of the people behind a successful effort to recall a state lawmaker over new gun restrictions says he’s running for Pueblo clerk and recorder.
After a blistering recall defeat and negative feedback from focus groups, it’s hard to know what’s motivating Angela Giron to look at a possible run for Secretary of State.
An Arvada city official has been named a new state senator, replacing one who resigned rather than face a recall election.
A third Democratic state senator facing possible recall after voting for gun-control measures will resign, allowing Democrats to maintain control of Colorado’s Senate.
While campaigns in Colorado are usually fairly tame by national standards, with what we are seeing in the Sen. Evie Hudak recall efforts, sketchy political maneuvers may become the new normal in the Centennial State.
For the first time on television state Sen. Evie Hudak answered her critics in an interview with CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd.
The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday reaffirmed its decision that voters do not have to first vote “yes” or “no” on recall elections to have their votes for a successor validated, a ruling that could force the state to rewrite part of its constitution.