Latest Politics Updates

Robert Gieswein From Woodland Park Surrenders After Facing Federal Charges For U.S. Capitol RiotA 24-year-old Coloradan turned himself in on Monday for multiple charges, including assaulting a federal officer and destruction of government property.
Weekend Protests Outside Colorado State Capitol Small, UneventfulThere weren't any issues at the Colorado State Capitol, with a few people demonstrating on the west steps in support of President Trump and challenges of the 2020 presidential election.
Polis Thanks Colorado National Guard Members As They Deploy To Washington, D.C.Gov. Jared Polis visited with Colorado Army and Air National Guard members before they deployed for Washington, D.C.
Coloradan Sues Rep. Lauren Boebert On Grounds Of First Amendment ViolationWestern Slope resident Bri Buentello is not fan of her newly-elected U.S. Representative Lauren Boebert's actions on the public stage.
Rep. Lauren Boebert Loses Communication Director Following Violent RiotsFollowing violent and deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol, the communications director for Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert turned in his resignation.
Colorado National Guard Members Arrive In Washington DC To Help With Security For InaugurationColorado National Guard members will be traveling to Washington DC to help with security for next week's Inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
Colorado Lawmakers Condemn Decision To Move Space Command To AlabamaColorado lawmakers are fighting to keep the U.S. Space Command headquarters in Colorado Springs.
‘Health Service Corps’ Modeled After National Guard Could Help Weary Health Care WorkersColorado could become the first state in the country to have a "Health Service Corps," a volunteer army of health care workers who could be deployed on a moment's notice.
Colorado Congressman Ed Perlmutter Helps National Guardsman Deployed To Protect Capitol Become U.S. CitizenColorado Congressman Ed Perlmutter knew he needed to do something so that National Guardsman Specialist Jun Cho could take his Oath of Allegiance near DC and become a citizen of the United States after his missed his citizenship ceremony protecting the Capitol.
Downtown Denver Businesses Board Up To Prepare For Possible ProtestsDowntown Denver businesses are preparing for the possibility of protests ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Jan. 20.
Several Denver City Buildings Closed Downtown, Under Modified Schedules Due To Heightened Security MeasuresSeveral city buildings will be closed in downtown Denver for a few days next week or will operate on a modified schedule with reduced hours as part of the city's plan for heightened security measures.
State Legislature Earmarks $4 Million For Small Businesses Hardest Hit By COVIDHelp is on the way to for small businesses in Colorado. The state Legislature is expected to give final approval Friday to a bill that provides $4 million in aid for small businesses disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.