Latest Politics Updates

State To Pay $375 To Qualifying Coloradans In One-Time Stimulus CheckThe state of Colorado announced it will pay qualified Coloradans $375 in an effort to curb the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
EXCLUSIVE: Jeffco Shares Behind The Scenes Look At Ballot Counting ProcessThe fourth most-populated county in Colorado has the most ballots returned thus far in the 2020 presidential election.
'100% Heightened Awareness': Denver Public Safety Director Prepares for Possible Post-Election Unrest As Thousands Plan To ProtestIn a first for an election, he is activating the city's emergency operations center and public safety command post as well as working with federal law enforcement and both state parties.
Colorado Could See Biggest Blue Wave In 83 YearsThis election could give Democrats more control in Colorado than they have had in decades.
Colorado Leaders React To Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court ConfirmationAmy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the Supreme Court late Monday by a deeply divided Senate.
Ball Arena To Serve As Voter Center For DenveritesThe newly-named Ball Arena in Denver will open its doors to serve as a polling center.
Abortion On The Ballot: Voters In Colorado Consider RestrictionsAs Republicans look to deepen the conservative tilt of the high court with the confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, Coloradans are considering a question on the future of abortion access in the Centennial state.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman Tests Positive For COVID-19"I Have COVID-19," tweeted Aurora's mayor, Mike Coffman on Sunday morning.
Colorado Secretary Of State's Office Shares Voting Resources For Fire EvacueesThe Colorado Secretary of State's Office released guidance for voters who are displaced by numerous wildfires in the state.
Senate Candidate John Hickenlooper Casts VoteCurrent Senate candidate and former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper cast his vote at a drop box in Denver on Saturday.
'What A Year': Polis Visits With Evacuees of Historic Wildfire As Coronavirus Cases ClimbGov. Jared Polis met with Coloradans who had fled their homes -- and the firefighters who were trying to save them.
CBS4 Analysts: Fracking, Coronavirus Were Key Topics In Thursday's Substantive Presidential DebateThe final presidential debate that was held Thursday night was far less combative and more substantive.
RTD Will Not Provide Free Rides To Voters On Election DayRTD board members voted 8-7 against a resolution meant to increase voter participation by offering free rides on Election Day.
'It's Politics': Head Of DSST Charter Accuses Denver School Board Of Putting Politics Before KidsDenver's school board is under fire from a charter school director and families who say the board is playing politics with kids education.
Campaign 2020: Colorado Secretary Of State Forms Team To Identify DisinformationWhile voting in Colorado is considered to be among the safest in the nation, advances in technology have ensured there’s still work to be done.