Candidates for state treasurer and secretary of state as well as Colorado’s expansive 3rd Congressional District also debated Saturday in Grand Junction.
The event gave elections officials a chance to brush up on a series of what-ifs before the 2018 midterms.
State Attorney General Cynthia Coffman failed to make the Republican ballot, garnering just 5 percent of the delegates' votes.
Two recent skirmishes over ballot petition signatures cast this coming weekend’s state party assemblies in an unexpected new light.
Claims were made that seven circulators who collected signatures for Lamborn were not Colorado residents.
Amendment 71 requires petition signatures from at least 2 percent of registered voters in each state Senate district and a current total of 98,000 valid signatures statewide.
The idea is to find strong statistical evidence that the election outcome was the correct one.
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.
“According to Homeland Security, we were not attacked, probed, breached, infiltrated or penetrated,” Secretary of State Wayne Williams said in a response on Friday.