Sagauche County had an unusual problem with its election on Tuesday.
Democrats say the large swing in Virginia shows it's possible for them to flip other chambers next year, including the Colorado Senate.
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.
Denver's massive bond question passes, Douglas County schools are set for a change in direction. Broomfield puts limits on oil and gas drilling.
Recent high school graduate Tay Anderson placed third in the contest to represent northeast Denver on the school board.
Denver voters are ready to drop some serious dough on improvements to their city. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock responds to last night's election results.
Voters approved ballot issues to build a new school, upgrade curriculum and technology, and add five days to the school year.
In Douglas County, where there is a divisive school board race, 35 percent of people had voted as of Monday morning.
From Denver’s $937 million bond questions to Grand Junction’s third try asking for higher taxes to improve schools, here’s what we’re watching on Election Day.
Roughly 35 percent of state legislative contests in the United States are uncontested each year. Is that good for democracy?