Polis is donating speeches, photographs, position papers, notes and constituent correspondence to the university. His collection will join other public official's archives dating back to 1907.
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The amendment was one of few ballot measures to pass in the 2018 election. It removes the definition of industrial hemp from the state constitution.
All told, Democrats gained seats in 62 of the 99 state legislative chambers, according to data provided by the National Conference of State Legislatures. Democrats also added seven new governorships.
Brianna Titone didn't focus on her gender identity while campaigning, but does acknowledge that her win is meaningful.
The group supporting independent candidates in Colorado and across the country is also facing campaign finance complaints.
The amendment abolishing slavery in the Colorado constitution passed, but more than 700,000 people still voted no.
DeGette is a 20-year veteran of Congress and Colorado's longest-serving congressional representative.
Young people also didn't make any significant strides, even as unaffiliated voters cast a record amount of ballots.
Historically, the Colorado Municipal League said cities and towns have passed the majority of TABOR-related questions. Statewide issues have struggled on that front.
The outgoing Colorado governor celebrated Tuesday night's Democratic dominance, but emphasized compromise and bipartisanship will still be vital.
Political newcomer Jason Crow took home a victory, and helped Democrats retake the U.S. House of Representatives, that previous Coffman challengers were unable to achieve.
Amendment X calls for the removal the definition of “industrial hemp” from the Colorado Constitution and, instead, use the definition found in either federal law or state statute.
Amendments Y and Z will allow independent commissions to draw electoral districts for legislators and members of Congress.