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Want Your City To Provide Internet Service? Should Sugary Soda Be Taxed? A Look At Local Ballot Issues
Voters will consider local ballot issues governing marijuana, broadband service and taxes.
- The little-known law gained attention last week when Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey issued a warning.Read more
The nine-person board is the governing body that oversees the University of Colorado’s $3.7 billion budget.
The Bear Truth newspaper endorsed Hillary Clinton for president. Student journalists were deluged with angry comments from some residents in the Republican-leaning community.
In contrast with national races, the $30 million raised for local Colorado races seems quaint. But dig deeper and you find that one political party has a significant advantage, one that could alter the balance of power.
Many Denver-area arts organizations that periodically open their doors for free say they’re able to do so because of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District. How true is that?
When Colorado went to all-mail ballots three years ago, it turned Election Day into Election Season... and transformed the campaigns' ground game.
The decentralized nature of the state’s election system makes such a feat extremely unlikely.
One of Colorado’s most high-profile election battles is over ColoradoCare. Amendment 69 is also one of the most expensive ballot fights.