"It is under video surveillance. It is under a bipartisan team of judges," Republican Secretary of State Wayne Williams said
Voters can amend their state's constitution: Think legalization of pot. But some Coloradans say citizen initiatives are out of control, and a well-funded push is underway to raise the bar.
- There are two basic methods: Drop it in the mail or take it to a drop-off location. What you probably don't want to do is give it to a ballot "harvester."Read more
If Rep. Mike Coffman survives this election, "it’s kind of hard to imagine him ever being really seriously challenged again" one Republican strategist said.
Mail-in ballots may limit opportunities for voter intimidation. But it can still happen on social media and other avenues.
Coloradans have a lot to decide on this year's ballot, from universal health care to school funding. CPR takes questions from listeners who are deciding how to vote.
Colorado's 3rd District extends from the Western Slope to Pueblo. The fight over its congressional seat is one of Election 2016's unexpectedly competitive races.
We heard from Coloradans who've decided not to vote for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.
The law's been on the books in Colorado for 125 years but it wasn't really on anyone's mind until last week.