The move had been anticipated since Republican Attorney General Cynthia Coffman announced she was entering the governor's race last week.
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Lebsock, who is running for state treasurer, said he will make a statement about his political future by Nov. 30.
Nine staffers, lobbyists and lawmakers say they’ve faced unwanted sexual attention from Rep. Steve Lebsock.
Places like Denver, Aurora, Douglas County, even Sterling, need firefighters, plumbers, chemists, mechanics and police officers
Sagauche County had an unusual problem with its election on Tuesday.
An Alabama woman says Roy Moore, the GOP nominee in that state's upcoming U.S. Senate election, had sexual contact with her when she was 14.
Democrats say the large swing in Virginia shows it's possible for them to flip other chambers next year, including the Colorado Senate.
About 1.18 million Coloradans cast ballots in 2017. Less than 1 percent of them did that the old school way, marking ballots at polling place.
Denver's massive bond question passes, Douglas County schools are set for a change in direction. Broomfield puts limits on oil and gas drilling.
In her announcement, Coffman said she was "running to be governor of all four corners of our diverse state."
The State Demography Office predicts Greeley and Fort Collins will more than double in population and the Western Slope will grow by two-thirds by 2050.
The practice is called "burrowing." A handful of appointees take advantage of it every time the White House changes hands.
In Douglas County, where there is a divisive school board race, 35 percent of people had voted as of Monday morning.
While the last 85 days have certainly been a traffic headache, CDOT has seen a rise in public transit ridership over that time.
Roughly 35 percent of state legislative contests in the United States are uncontested each year. Is that good for democracy?