Proposition CC fails, but the fight to unwind TABOR’s tax restrictions continues.
The November 5 election features three school board races, four local measures, and two state-wide propositions. Here’s a guide to it all.
We examined a few popular assertions about the ballot measure, which would make sports gambling legal in the state.
Or at the very least regain a pulse.
The statewide ballot measure would allow the state to keep excess TABOR taxes instead of refunding the money to taxpayers.
Montgomery wants to make sure that Aurora’s growth benefits all of its citizens.
Meet the candidates vying to be Aurora’s next mayor.
Coffman has represented Aurora in state and national politics for years—and wants to do so again as the city’s mayor.
A former City Council member, Peterson hopes to bring balance to Aurora’s top job.
This current Aurora City Council member wants to use her experience in municipal government to focus on public safety and schools.
This former City Council member wants to unite Aurora as it grows.
This measure, which will be included on the statewide ballot in November, asks voters to legalize sports gambling to fund Colorado water projects.
How will its leaders, Democratic Sen. Leroy Garcia and Republican Sen. Chris Holbert, navigate the fight?
This construction CEO spoke with 5280 when she entered the race, but dropped out less than a week later.
Colorado’s former governor shook up the Senate race when he dropped his bid for president and launched a campaign to unseat Cory Gardner.
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