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Trump election fraud commission wants personal information from Colorado, US voter rolls

DENVER – The vice chair of President Donald Trump’s controversial Election Integrity Commission wants the full name, address, date of birth, affiliated political party, last four Social Security number digits and voting history since 2006 of every voter not only in Colorado, but in the entire U.S., and wants that information to be made available […]

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Colorado authorities say election system wasn’t breached after report leaks NSA intel

DENVER – Colorado authorities haven’t received any notice from federal agencies that state voter systems were compromised during last year’s election, they said Tuesday. On Monday, The Intercept published a leaked National Security Agency classified intelligence document showing that Russian hackers were able to phish their way into some U.S. elections systems, specifically through a […]

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Federal lawsuit argues Amendment 71, requiring rural input on ballot measures, is unconstitutional

DENVER – A handful of ballot measure proponents have filed a federal lawsuit arguing that Amendment 71, which changed the way constitutional amendments can reach Colorado’s ballot when it was approved by voters last year, violates the U.S. and Colorado constitutions. The lawsuit is the first legal challenge to Amendment 71, which despite being among […]

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Coffman-Carroll competition for 6th Colo. House seat was among few close races nationwide

DENVER – Not only did Colorado have the fourth-highest voter turnout of any state in last year’s election, but one of our House races was among just a handful with a margin of victory within 10 percentage points in an election that was largely a landslide for congressional seats nationwide. The U.S. Elections Project and […]

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Colorado ‘Hamilton electors’ lawsuits cost taxpayers nearly $40K in legal fees

DENVER – Colorado taxpayers paid nearly $40,000 in lawyers’ fees in the court battles that surrounded two Democratic Colorado electors who unsuccessfully fought the state law that required them to vote for Hillary Clinton. Electors Polly Baca and Robert Nemanich fought the state law, which requires electors to cast their electoral ballot for the candidate […]

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Woman convicted of forging ballot signatures for Senate candidate sentenced to probation

DENVER – The Colorado signature collector who pleaded guilty to two felony counts of forgery last November for turning in dozens of forged signatures on a petition for a U.S. Senate candidate was sentenced to probation and community service Friday in Denver. Maureen Moss, 45, will be on probation for four years and will have […]

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All four of Colorado’s Congressional Democrats say they will attend Trump’s inauguration

DENVER – As handfuls of Democratic Congressional representatives say they plan to boycott Donald Trump’s inauguration, Colorado’s all say they will be attending. Many Democratic members of Congress started saying over the weekend that they wouldn’t attend the inaugural ceremony, which is a tradition but not a requirement, after a spat between Georgia Rep. John […]

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Presidential farewell addresses started with Washington, but weren’t a staple until Truman

President Barack Obama gave his final address to the country Tuesday night, addressing what he called victories and failures during his two terms and ending with his hope for continued progression in the country. The presidential farewell address began with our nation’s first president, George Washington, but did not become a staple of American presidencies […]

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Declassified intel report finds Putin, Russia meddled in US election to undermine faith, help Trump

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A declassified version of a report by the three top U.S. intelligence agencies on possible Russian meddling into the 2016 General Election says Russia and President Vladimir Putin aimed specifically to undermine faith in the American electoral process and discredit Hillary Clinton in favor of Donald Trump. The report (click to read […]

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Colorado ‘faithless elector’ Micheal Baca referred to attorney general for possible prosecution

DENVER – The Colorado Democratic elector who was replaced Monday after writing Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s name on the elector ballot, instead of voting for Hillary Clinton in accordance with state law, will face investigation by the state attorney general for possible charges. Micheal Baca, who was among three “Hamilton electors” from Colorado trying to […]

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