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'I Feel Violated': Trump Supporter Reacts After Trio Spray Paints BLM, Pro-Biden Message Near HomeSecurity footage from multiple homes captured at least three people, presumed to be teenaged girls, spray painting the road in front of the home with messages of support for Black Lives Matter and Joe Biden’s campaign.
New ¡Vota! Beer Aims To Reach Eligible Latino Voters In Denver¡Vota!, a cream ale, was launched to highlight the importance of voting. 
Scientists Share Vaccine Suggestions In Oversight Panel Chaired By Colorado's Diana DeGetteColorado Rep. Diana DeGette chaired a House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee panel to hear how coronavirus vaccines should be evaluated for safety.
Margaret Brennan On First Presidential Debate: 'I Would Love Our Country To Have A Serious Conversation About Where We Are Headed'The Face The Nation host and CBS News foreign correspondent shares her thoughts on the first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.
Sen. Cory Gardner Says He's Likely To Vote To Confirm Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney BarrettSen. Cory Gardner voted to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals three years ago, and he told CBS4 he will likely support her again.
Colorado Secretary Of State Jena Griswold: 'Voters Should Have Access To Safe, Secure, Accessible Elections'Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold addressed President Donald Trump's claims about fraudulent mail-in ballots that he made at the presidential debate.
Voters In Denver Will Have New Voting Centers For Those Who Want To Vote In PersonVoters in Denver will have new voting centers for the November election.
Colorado's Secretary Of State Sets The Record Straight On Voter Registration PostcardsSecretary of State Jena Griswold is trying to clear up any confusion after a story by CBS4 about a voter registration mailing by her office.
Colorado Leaders React To Trump's Nomination Of Amy Coney BarrettMoments after President Donald Trump announced he was nominating Judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy left by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Colorado political leaders chimed in.
More Coloradans Apply To Be Election Judges Than Ever BeforeColoradans are setting records for the upcoming November election. More than 6,300 people have applied for election judge positions.
Woman Caught On Video Trying To Tear Down Trump Sign In Castle RockOn Friday evening, Castle Rock police said the woman was identified, and issued a summons.
Colorado Senate Race: John Hickenlooper Attacks Cory Gardner Over Supreme Court VacancyJohn Hickenlooper's new ad is one of the first in the country to invoke the fight over Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's successor.
Amendment B Will Impact More Than Property Tax Rates In ColoradoIf Amendment B passes, property tax rates will be frozen. If the measure fails, homeowners are expected to see a decrease in property taxes next year.
Denver Issues Public Health Order Targeting College-Age Residents After Coronavirus Outbreaks At UniversitiesThe City of Denver is issuing a public health order targeting college-aged people. A total of 10 active coronavirus outbreaks involve universities located in Denver.
Colorado Secretary Of State Defends Mail-In VotingColorado's Secretary of State Jena Griswold criticized President Donald Trump for misleading voters about one of the safest voting systems in the United States on Thursday.