Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were separated by only 2.11 percent in Colorado. So what was the Gary Johnson effect in Colorado?
The story of this election is not shaping up to be a story of third-party voters siphoning support from Hillary Clinton.
First of all, September has ended, which means you can go ahead and make a Green Day joke before we get this month started.
Matt Crane has "grave concerns" about this plan. He's the clerk and recorder in Arapahoe County, one of the counties that will help decide this election.
Mother Jones took a look at legalization measures on the ballot this year and how they might help -- or not -- Hillary Clinton's chances in swing states.
Gary Johnson needs to poll at 15 percent nationally to appear in the debates.
Well, that's a relief.
Yet another poll has Hillary Clinton well ahead of Donald Trump in Colorado and Virginia, while she and Donald Trump are "too close to call" in Iowa.
The poll also found that Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet is ahead of Republican challenger Darryl Glenn by a wide margin.
Why have Colorado activists been at the center of opposition to the candidates chosen by each of their respective parties?