U.S. Department of Homeland Sec. Kirstjen Nielsen lauded Colorado for being a "best-case example" for elections security.
Feels like this election season has been pretty lawsuit-y, but Wayne Williams says he’s seen lawsuit-ier
Colorado Secretary of State reviews this year's petitioning process during a meeting of the Bipartisan Election Advisory Committee.
Here’s how you can participate in Colorado primary elections as an unaffiliated voter. (Don't vote twice, for one thing.)
The yet-to-be-named project will be built at 3770 Walnut St. — about one block from the 38th and Blake light rail station.
District judge: Amendment that made it harder to change Colorado’s Constitution may be unconstitutional
A judge found Amendment 71 violates the Fourteenth Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause.
Hey, party people. Monday is the deadline to declare yourself Republican or Democrat if you want to participate in precinct caucuses.
The Colorado Secretary of State Office's new risk-limiting audit process should be more accurate, but in close races, prepare for a long wait.
Election clerks across Colorado are getting ready to start auditing statewide and countywide election results to ensure hackers and other threats are screwing with votes.
"Unfortunately in the letter, the secretary has several suggestions that we think will make it more likely that eligible voters will be struck from the rolls," Elena Nunez said.
Williams: Colorado's elections are clean, fraud rare
Employers in Colorado are adding jobs at a somewhat slower clip than they were in previous quarters.
The proposed conservation overlay would be the first to protect mid-century modern architecture in Denver and could be a model for other areas.
Denver’s First Unitarian building becomes first Colorado site recognized for role in gay rights movement
On Monday evening, Denver City Council designated the nearly 115-year-old First Unitarian building a historic landmark.
Text "Colorado" or "CO" to 28683 and the Colorado Secretary of State will send you a link to register online.
The Robert Steele Gymnasium, 3914 King St., was built in 1914 to provide a place for play and social opportunities for the children of northwest Denver.