Latest Politics Updates

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.
Colorado Secretary Of State Mails Postcards To Non-Citizens, Dead People Urging Them To VoteThe Colorado Secretary of State's Office is defending the accuracy of its voter rolls after CBS4 learned the office mailed postcards urging some non-citizens and dead people to go online and register to vote.
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.
Gov. Jared Polis' Task Force Calls For Transforming Behavioral Health SystemGov. Jared Polis announced a behavioral health blueprint on Wednesday. It's a road map to improve current mental health systems in Colorado.
Sen. Cory Gardner Says Senate Must Act On Supreme Court NomineeRepublican Sen. Cory Gardner says the Senate has a constitutional duty to vote on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Urges U.S. Senate Not To Confirm New Supreme Court Justice Until After Presidential InaugurationThe mayor noted that the Senate Majority, including Sen. Cory Gardner, firmly held the same position in 2016, when they refused to hold a hearing on President Barack Obama’s nominee.
Colorado Female Attorneys Feel 'Deep Reverence' Over Loss Of Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgColoradans reacting to the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday remembered her for her contributions to the country that directly impacted the work toward equal rights in this state.
'Cast Your Vote': NAACP Helps Register People To Honor National Black Voters DayNow 55 years later, several people around the Denver community are helping African Americans use their right to vote.
'One Of The All-Time Greats': Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser Remembers Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgPhil Weiser was a law clerk for Ginsburg in October 1995, and was the only clerk of Ginsburg’s to go on to become an attorney general.
State Lawmakers Gather With Community To Honor Legacy Of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgCommunity members gathered at City Park in Denver to remember and honor the life of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday night.
'Loss Of A Titan': Colorado Lawmakers Reflect On Passing Of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg“Today Coloradans and our nation mourn the loss of a titan. We have lost a fearless advocate  for women and families," Gov. Jared Polis said in a statement.