Veteran Colorado political analysts dissect Tuesday's results, including Clinton's state win and victories for two Republican congressional incumbents. Plus, a look at early hopefuls in the 2018 gubernatorial race.
Longtime Democratic activist Polly Baca of Denver fears that Donald Trump's election will inspire discrimination against minorities.
Heads of Donald Trump's outreach efforts to Colorado discuss what his victory might mean for health care, immigration and trade.
Few disagreed that Michael Bennet was in any danger of losing his seat to El Paso County Commissioner Darryl Glenn.
“They threw everything against me but the kitchen sink," Republican Rep. Mike Coffman said. "It didn’t work.”
Colorado voters also approved a measure that will raise the state's minimum wage, and Denver metro voters gave another thumbs up to the SCFD cultural tax.
Voters approved a hike in the state's minimum wage, a return to presidential primaries, medically assisted death, and the SCFD tax.
We posted news and photos from around the state. Here's some scenes from the day.
A Colorado veteran and his wife say the government's decision to provide medical assistance for injured veterans who can't have children means couples will have the chance to start families.
RTD's University of Colorado A Line and its B Line have been granted a 90-day extension to fix faulty crossing gates. People have been stationed at the crossings for months to monitor the gates.
Overall, Trump has spent nearly $5.2 million on ads in Colorado, while Clinton has spent $4.9 million, including $880,000 before the state caucuses.