Colorado Asks For Federal Probe Of Voter Intimidation In PitkinColorado's secretary of state's office has asked the U.S. Attorney's Office to investigate allegations of voter intimidation in a small Colorado town.
Cast Those Ballots For Colorado's Primary Election On TuesdayThis year unaffiliated voters are casting ballots for the primary election in Colorado. Voters can drop off ballots or vote on Tuesday.
Colorado Unaffiliated Voters Encouraged To Vote In PrimaryThe UChooseCO campaign started in March in an effort to let every voter know their rights.
Ballots For Primary Election Start Heading Out MondayUnaffiliated voters get their first chance in Colorado history to vote in the state's primaries.
Secretary Of State: Colorado's Elections Are Clean, Fraud RareColorado's Republican secretary of state is expressing confidence in the integrity of the state's elections after President Donald Trump again claimed fraud in November's presidential vote.
It's 'Uncharted Waters' After Elector Defies Colorado LawThe case of a renegade elector is now being reviewed by the Colorado attorney general for potential criminal charges.
2.4 Million Of 3.1 Million Ballots Returned By Early Afternoon Election DayJust after 2 p.m. on Election Day, more than 70 percent of ballots had been returned or voters had cast ballots at polling centers across Colorado.
Republicans Now Outpacing Democrats In Number Of Colorado Ballots ReturnedA total of 1,852,029 Colorado voters have mailed or dropped off their ballots.
Think Twice Before Posting A Photo Of Your Ballot OnlineIt's okay to take a selfie with a ballot in hand, but don't you dare show who you voted for. Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams says it's a misdemeanor that carries up to a $1,000 fine and up to a year in jail.
CBS4 Investigation Reveals Another Dead Voter, Fraud Cases And GapsAn ongoing CBS4 Investigation into dead voters in Colorado has turned up another dead voter -- this time in Larimer County.
No Appeal Planned After Oil, Gas Rules Kept Off Ballot Supporters of tougher restrictions on the oil and gas industry in Colorado said Wednesday they won't appeal a ruling by the state's top elections official that kept two proposed constitutional amendments off the November ballot.