Gov. John Hickenlooper Signs Amendment Abolishing Slavery In ColoradoGov. John Hickenlooper signed Amendment A into law on Wednesday, abolishing slavery in Colorado. Voters approved the amendment in November.
A Colorado Congressional District Recorded The 2nd Highest Voter Turnout In The U.S.Colorado's 2nd Congressional District had the second highest voter turnout in the country in the 2018 midterm election.
Rep. Diana DeGette Withdraws Bid For Majority WhipCongresswoman Diana DeGette has withdrawn her bid for House Majority Whip.
Castle Rock Mayor Wins By 57 VotesIf you ever wonder if your vote counts, look no further that Castle Rock's recent mayoral election. The winner, Jason Gray, ended up winning by just 57 votes.
'Public Discourse Getting To Dangerous Levels': Gov.-Elect Jared PolisIn a wide-ranging interview with CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd, Gov.-elect Jared Polis talked about security concerns, health care, taxes and the oil and gas industry.
Proof Every Vote Counts, Castle Rock Mayor's Race Finally DecidedIt's proof that every vote counts. The race for Castle Rock's mayor was decided in a recount after the initial tally only separated the candidates by two votes.
Brianna Titone Makes History As First Openly Transgender State Legislator In ColoradoAnother first for Colorado as the final results of last week's Election Day are coming in.
Cory Gardner Takes 'Four Corners Perspective' In Look Ahead To Campaign 2020Colorado's Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner is talking for the first time about what the 2018 election foretells for his future.
Adams County Sheriff's Sergeant Calls Colorado Voters 'F---ing Stupid'In a blistering social media post, the public information officer for the Adams County Sheriff's office wrote, "Colorado voters are f----g stupid" and referred to the incoming sheriff as a "complete dumb ass."
Outdoor Retailers Say 1st Foray Into Elections Was SuccessAn outdoor industry retailers group says its first venture into electoral politics was a success.
First African American Congressman In Colorado Has High HopesVoters in the 2nd Congressional District elected Democrat Joe Neguse Tuesday night, making him Colorado's first African-American member of Congress.
'Breaking Barriers': Jena Griswold Makes History In Secretary Of State's RaceIn her first-ever run for office, 34-year-old Jena Griswold unseated her opponent, Republican Wayne Williams, becoming the first-ever Democratic woman to serve as Colorado’s Secretary of State.
Father Of Aurora Theater Shooting Victim Wins State House SeatIt was a compelling story and voters responded. Tom Sullivan’s son, Alex, was among the dozen killed in the July 2012 Aurora theater shooting.
Phil Weiser Defeats George Brauchler In Colorado Attorney General RaceColorado voters have elected Democrat Phil Weiser as the state's new attorney general.
Colorado Moves Left, Electing 1st Openly Gay Governor In U.S.Generating its own "blue wave," Colorado moved markedly left in the midterm elections, choosing the nation's first openly gay governor, ousting a five-term GOP congressman and capturing key state offices held by Republicans.