The midterm elections were "a brand rejection" for the Colorado Republican Party.
The political playing field changed after Democrats swept both chambers of the legislature and the governor's office in the 2018 elections.
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Just a few years ago, 100 percent renewable energy goals were pie-in-the-sky academic thought experiments.
Republican Rep.-elect Matt Soper is expected to be sworn into office on Jan. 4 when the legislative session begins.
The state Senator had faced allegations of misconduct and a workplace investigation after he allegedly entered the women's bathroom three separate times.
Legislative attorneys later wrote an opinion that stated the full Senate is required to vote on whether to retain the secretary.
It has been decades since Democrats controlled all of Colorado’s statewide offices.