Trump & Biden Court Women & Latinos In ColoradoHundreds of "Bikers for Trump" rallied in Golden Saturday with no COVID-19 precautions while "Latinos for Biden" held a chili cookoff on Zoom.
Campaign 2020 Reality Check: The Week Of Political Legal FightsWith Election Day less than 8 weeks away, legal flights are flying in Colorado.
Colorado Secretary Of State Sues USPS For 'Confusing' & 'Wrong' PostcardColorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold says she is seeking legal action against the United State Postal Service.
Rally In Douglas County Shows Support For President TrumpColoradans gathered in Douglas County on Saturday to show support for President Donald Trump and the upcoming election.
Colorado Attorney General Asks For Injunction Against The U.S. Postal ServiceColorado's Phil Weiser says he's received complaints from more than 200 Coloradans about delays of time sensitive mail like medications.
Voter Registration Drive Underway For Inmates At Denver County JailSome may have heard that those who have a criminal record cannot vote. Turns out, that's not entirely true.
Campaign 2020 Reality Check: The Debate Over DebatesHistorically, Labor Day is the unofficial start of the campaign season but like most things in 2020 this election season looks quite a bit different, especially when it comes to debates.
Boy Attacked Over Trump Sign: Boulder Police Release Sketch Of Female SuspectBoulder police say a 12-year-old boy had to use his Trump campaign yard sign to protect himself from a woman who attacked him.
Boulder Police: Boy Who Was Attacked For Trump Yard Sign Used It To Block Woman's PunchesA 12-year-old boy had to use his Trump campaign yard sign to block the flying fists of an attacking woman on a Boulder street earlier this week.
Denver Bumps Up Ballots To First Class Mail DeliveryThe move to first class mail will cost the city $130,000 on top of the $73,000 it typically spends on postage.
'It Is Illegal To Vote Twice': Colorado Secretary Of State Blasts Trump For Encouraging Supporters To Test Mail-In SystemColorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold warned residents here that they can be prosecuted if they try it.