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State treasurer challenger defends PERA

By Charles Ashby

The state’s treasurer isn’t working full time, is hardly transparent with how he runs his office, doesn’t offer much innovation to the job and is rarely available to state officials and the public, his Democratic opponent ...


Secretary of state hopefuls promise county clerk collaboration

By Greg Ruland

Speaking to the group he quit in 2012 after a disagreement over mail-in ballots, Republican El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Wayne Williams told the Colorado County Clerks Association on Monday that if elected secretary of state in November, ...


Rep. Scott limits self to 2 debates; his foe is critical

By Charles Ashby

Rep. Ray Scott announced on his Facebook page Thursday that he will appear in just two debates in his bid for Senate District 7, drawing ire from his Democratic opponent. The Grand Junction Republican said demands of his businesses, ...

Opponents organize campaign 
to defeat ‘personhood’ measure

By Charles Ashby

A group opposing the proposed personhood amendment launched its campaign Tuesday, saying it hoped that three times would be the charm to squash the idea once and for all. The idea of defining an unborn child as a person has been rejected by ...

Guv touts business leaders in his camp

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper’s re-election campaign Tuesday trotted out a new group of what the Democratic governor calls a bipartisan coalition of business leaders from across the state who support his bid for a second term. But while the ...


Attorney general candidate says education key to helping Hispanics

By Charles Ashby

The Democratic candidate for attorney general made an effort to connect with Hispanic voters in Grand Junction on Monday, saying the entire community regardless of ethnicity should reach out to address their needs. Don Quick, who’s ...

Substance takes back seat to sniping in Senate race

By Charles Ashby

Like children in a schoolyard pulling pigtails and making faces, the two candidates for U.S. Senate have taunted each other over a variety of politically charged issues in recent months. In almost daily emails to supporters, the Internet and ...

Disclosure rule violated with King’s CMU job

By Charles Ashby

Sen. Steve King never disclosed to the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office his employment with Colorado Mesa University, nor did he tell the university he also had a job with the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office, according to ...


King quits sheriff race

By Charles Ashby

Sen. Steve King has quit the race for Mesa County sheriff. In a letter to the Mesa County Republican Party on Wednesday, King said he was quitting the race effective immediately. “As a flawed human being, I’ve made my share of ...

136,342 signatures turned in for expanded gambling, group says

By Charles Ashby

The group pushing a measure to expand casino gambling in the state turned in thousands of signatures Monday to get the initiative onto the fall ballot. The group, Coloradans for Better Schools, said it turned in 136,342 signatures to the ...

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