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Colorado 2021 Election: Some Ballot Measures Create Controversy, ConfusionOff-year elections tend to be sleepers. Not Colorado's 2021 election. There are three statewide measures and more than 125 local ballot questions.
Denver To Decide On Marijuana Tax Increase For Learning ImprovementsDenver voters will decide on a measure aimed at addressing pandemic-related learning loss among children.
Denver Man Who Pointed Assault-Style Weapon At People Holding 'Biden For President' Signs Pleads GuiltyA Denver man who harassed and pointed an assault-style weapon at several people holding "Biden for President" signs in 2020 has pleaded guilty to menacing charges.
Injunction Prohibits Tina Peters & Belinda Knisley From Being Involved In November ElectionJudge Valerie Robison issued an injunction Wednesday prohibiting Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters and her deputy, Belinda Knisley, from acting as designated election officials for the upcoming elections.
Hearing Set To Begin In Defamation Lawsuit Filed By Former Dominion Voting Employee Against Trump CampaignAn important two-day hearing begins Wednesday in Denver District Court- a defamation lawsuit filed by a former employee of Dominion Voting Systems against the Trump for President Campaign, lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell, conservative news organizations and others.
Denver Conducts Public Test Of Election Equipment Ahead Of November ElectionDenver election officials conducted a public test of its voting equipment on Monday ahead of the Nov. 2 election.
2021 Denver Election: Ballots To Be Sent Out To Voters Starting FridayResidents in Denver should be getting their November election ballots in the mail soon.
'Consequences': Colorado Congressman Jason Crow Warns Of Non-Compliance With Capitol Riot InvestigationColorado Congressman Jason Crow is concerned about former President Donald Trump's request to four aides not to comply with subpoenas in the investigation into the U.S. Capitol attack on Jan. 6.
Rep. Ed Perlmutter Receives Congressional Award For Atomic Heroes After Helping Former Rocky Flats Nuclear Plant WorkersColorado Congressman Ed Perlmutter was presented an award for his efforts to help workers from the former Rocky Flats Nuclear Plant.
Initiative In Denver Aims To Ban Flavored Tobacco ProductsIt was a packed house at the Denver City Council meeting on Wednesday morning to debate a new initiative that would ban flavored tobacco and vape juices.
Lauren Boebert Challenger Suspends Fundraising, Cites RedistrictingColorado state Sen. Kerry Donovan has suspended fundraising for her campaign after the state's independent congressional redistricting commission approved a map that places Donovan's residence in another district.
Amache National Historical Site Act Moves Forward In SenateA former Japanese internment camp in southeastern Colorado is one step closer to becoming a national park.