The state's largest school district is holding elections in four of nine districts, our education reporting partner Chalkbeat writes.
Let's meet the at-large candidates in the order they will appear on Denver residents' ballots.
Mayor Michael Hancock may have his way after all.
What's happening: City employees who are vaccinated against COVID-19 or received an exemption could soon receive bonuses for complying with the Hancock administration's vaccine mandate.
A newcomer to the U.S. Senate race in Colorado is starting his campaign on the attack against Sen. Michael Bennet (D).
The big picture: Republican Joe O'Dea, a first-time candidate and Denver businessman, is launching a statewide advertising blitz Friday that includes a 30-second TV spot.
A far-right activist who hosted a podcast went public with a fantastical claim just weeks ahead of the 2020 election.
Driving the news: Colorado’s Joe Oltmann says he listened to a phone call hosted by left-wing "antifa" activists in September 2020.
Colorado topped 8,000 deaths linked to COVID-19, and hospitalizations are at their highest point this year as a fifth wave goes unabated.
By the numbers: Colorado stands out nationwide as one of only nine states experiencing increasing rates through Oct. 12.
The General Assembly appears poised to remain in Democratic hands for years to come.
Driving the news: The Colorado Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission created new state House and Senate districts this week that give the Democrats the easiest path to power, the Colorado Sun reports.
The independent panel that created Colorado's new congressional districts gave the lines a near-unanimous vote in favor, but more than a dozen legal challenges suggest the map is far from a settled matter.
What's happening: Democratic groups and their allies are asking the Colorado Supreme Court to order revisions to the congressional district boundaries, saying the map improperly splits communities and dilutes the power of Latino voters.
The three statewide questions on the November ballot are facing little opposition so far while proponents spend big to win.
Driving the news: The supporters behind the measures landed about $4.3 million in contributions through last month, according to an Axios Denver analysis of new state campaign finance filings.
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