The legislation would bond Colorado with 11 other states and D.C. in selecting the president based on national popular vote, not the electoral college.
A bill at the state legislature would award Colorado’s nine electors to the presidential candidate who won the popular vote — if enough states get on board.
Now that Donald Trump is president, political operatives on both sides of the aisle see the district as even more vulnerable.
Wayne Williams says the state's voting system has not been targeted by Russian hackers, and he stands by the election results.
Weld County discovered the forgery when Curtis’ ex-wife called the county after she moved to South Carolina to get information on voting.
"We're watching, we're paying attention, we're aware, we're here, we're not going away," said one Denver protester.
NPR reporters and editors have annotated President Donald Trump's inaugural address, adding context and analysis.
Mike Coffman, who represents Colorado's 6th Congressional District, talks about his promise to stand up to President-elect Trump and his hopes for the new administration.
One elector, Michael Baca, refused to vote for Clinton and was replaced. His attorney is fighting to have that replacement vote invalidated.