Secretary Of State: Voters Want Transportation Issues AddressedThe turnout for Tuesday's election in Colorado was far less than a presidential election year, but there were some important races decided by voters.
Drop Off Ballots Now To Get Vote CountedThere are just a few hours left to drop off your ballot to be counted in the November election in Colorado.
Colorado IDs Handful Of Possible Double-Voting CasesColorado is investigating whether a handful of voters cast two ballots in the 2016 presidential election.
Colorado Providing Voter Rolls To US Fraud Panel On MondayColorado's secretary of state is sending voter registration rolls to a presidential panel that's looking at alleged voter fraud.
Nearly 3,400 Colorado Voters Withdraw Registration Following Trump RequestThousands of voters in Colorado have withdrawn their voter registration following the Trump Administration's request for voter information.
Secretary Of State Reacts To Restraining Order On Voter DataA restraining order has put a hold on the White House's request for voter data from the states.
Voter Data On Hold After Restraining Order Requested Against Trump AdministrationA series of lawsuits are forcing the Trump White House to slam the breaks on a controversial request for voter data across the country.
Colorado Voter Info To Be Shipped To D.C. As Part Of InvestigationDozens of Colorado voters are rushing to join the state's "confidential voter" roll after a federal commission requested voter roll data from secretaries of state across the country.
Colorado Turns Over Voter Information, But Not All Of ItThe State of Colorado will turn over voter information to Pres. Donald Trump's "Advisory Commission on Election Integrity," but only what's publicly available.
Colorado Joins Other States, Refuses To Turn Over Private Voter InformationColorado has joined more than 20 other states in refusing to turn over sensitive information as part of President Donald Trump's voter fraud commission investigation.
Colorado Voters Rank In Top 5 For Election TurnoutVoters in Colorado turned out in high numbers for last year's presidential election.
Appeals Court Remands Case On Secretary Of State FeesThe Colorado Court of Appeals has sent back to district court a lawsuit challenging fees collected by the secretary of state's office to fund elections.

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