Just when you thought the historic recall elections couldn’t get crazier, events this week proved to us all that it’s just getting started.
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.
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.
Two Colorado Democrats facing legislative recalls because they supported gun-control measures got a new wrinkle to contend with Monday.
Colorado’s legislative recalls over gun control could be in legal jeopardy over a glitch lawmakers didn’t anticipate when they rewrote state election law this year.
Two state lawmakers scheduled for the first legislative recalls in Colorado history are awaiting another legal wrinkle before facing voters next month.
Former Colorado Springs City Councilman Bernie Herpin has made the ballot to challenge state Senate President John Morse in a recall election Sept. 10.
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 Pueblo police officer challenging a Colorado state senator in a recall over new gun restrictions has turned in signatures to get on the ballot.