What happened when a white Arapahoe County sheriff's deputy stopped an African-American woman with a carrying case slung across the shoulder.
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The decentralized nature of the state’s election system makes such a feat extremely unlikely.
Racist and anti-semitic rhetoric has been growing in Colorado and across the country, including a recent incident involving high school students in Boulder who formed a chat group on Facebook.
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