It's 'Uncharted Waters' After Elector Defies Colorado LawThe case of a renegade elector is now being reviewed by the Colorado attorney general for potential criminal charges.
Elector Gets The Boot After Defying Colorado Law, Could Face ChargesThere was plenty of drama at the Colorado state Capitol on Monday during the Electoral College vote.
Judge Denies Emergency Injunction To Free Electors From Required VotesA federal judge dealt a severe setback Monday to a longshot plan to deny Donald Trump the presidency through the Electoral College.
2 Colorado Electors Sue In Last-Ditch Effort To Prevent Trump PresidencyTwo presidential electors in Colorado are suing the state and federal court as part of a last-ditch effort to try to prevent Donald Trump from becoming president.
Judge Rejects Effort To Keep Colorado Polls Open LateA judge ruled that the polls will close at 7 p.m. Election Day as scheduled.
Secretary Of State Opposes Keeping Polls Open LaterSecretary of State Wayne Williams opposes keeping the polling places open later because he said no one missed an opportunity to vote. A judge ruled that the polls will close at 7 p.m. as scheduled.
Secretary Of State: Voting Disruption 'Doesn't Affect Results'Secretary of State Wayne Williams said the voting database disruption across Colorado on Tuesday afternoon will not affect the results.
Some Pueblo Votes Won't Be Counted Until WednesdayThere will be a delay for counting thousands of in-person votes in Pueblo because of a ballot-style issue.
Colorado Ban On Ballot Selfies Heads To Federal CourtColorado could become the latest state to allow ballot selfies, which have grown popular on social media but raised questions about whether the photos break the law or are a matter of free speech.
Go Behind The Scenes Where Ballots Are CountedEarly voting has begun in all 64 counties across the Colorado. Go behind the scenes to see how election officials are making sure each vote is counted and secure.
CBS4 Investigation Finds People Voting TwiceAn ongoing CBS4 voter fraud investigation has uncovered a dozen cases where Coloradans are suspected of voting twice.
Think Twice Before Posting A Photo Of Your Ballot OnlineIt's okay to take a selfie with a ballot in hand, but don't you dare show who you voted for. Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams says it's a misdemeanor that carries up to a $1,000 fine and up to a year in jail.

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