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Opinion: Billions Are Being Spent On This Election, But Will It Change Anything?

For all the billions spent by the Obama and Romney campaigns, Republican and Democratic parties, and countless outside groups, we may wake up November 7th to a Washington that is virtually unchanged.


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Opinion: Mess In Texas

In Texas Republicans have taken efforts to restrict access to voting a step farther. Texas Republicans are calling for the repeal of the Voting Rights Act.


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Denver’s Redistricting Problem

Even though everyone is theoretically on the same political side of the aisle, council members still find plenty to fight about when it comes to re-drawing lines for council districts.


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City Council Battle Over Redistricting Turns Racial

A battle over Denver City Council redistricting has council members taking issue that some feel has turned racial.


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Competition In The New 6th CD Should Be Interesting

Democratic State Rep. Joe Miklosi, who hopes to capitalize on the newly drawn lines in the state’s legislative district map, may find out that the competiveness of the 6th Congressional District goes both ways, blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.


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GOP To Challenge Colorado Congressional Lines Plan

Colorado Republicans will challenge a judge’s ruling on proposed congressional lines that give Democrats a chance to unseat two Republican incumbents.


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Court Battle Over Congressional Maps Begins

Colorado’s political parties are going to court this week to make their pitch for drawing new congressional maps.


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What 10 Years Can Do To A Map

Even though Colorado did not undergo remarkable changes over the last 10 years, are we to believe that Democrats and Republicans have found enough reasons to do a complete 180 degree turn on Colorado’s Congressional district map from 2001, blogger Dominic Dezzutti asks.


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Latino Groups Win Effort To See Congress Maps

New proposed congressional district lines for Colorado will be made public later this month after Latino groups succeeded in an effort to force Democrats and Republicans to show how they want to redraw the state’s seven House districts.


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Colorado Congress Lines Still In Question

A partisan standoff over new Colorado congressional districts may be heating up.



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