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How To Vote In Local Primaries

Vote_Checkmark-300x300Ballots should have arrived in the mail by now for the local 2016 Primary Elections in Colorado. The deadline to submit your ballot to your local County Clerks office is 7 pm June 28th. If you are planning to mail in your ballot make sure you send it off early enough for it to be received by the deadline, as a
postmark will not count. Also be aware that mail-in Continue reading

Deadline To Affiliate As Republican Or Democrat Tomorrow

Vote_CheckmarkIf you plan to vote in the local primary elections next month, Friday is the final day to affiliate yourself as either Republican or Democrat. You must affiliate with one party or the other to participate as Colorado utilizes a closed primary system, in which only registered party members may participate in the primary. If you are an Continue reading

Primary Elections Voted Down

colorado-state-seal-300The house bill that would have instituted a primary system to select Colorado presidential candidates was shot down yesterday in a Senate committee on a party line vote. The bill was being considered because the use of caucuses to select the states nominees had recently come under scrutiny by both Republicans and Democrats. The bill passed out of Continue reading

Biden Visits Colorado, Tries to Push Republicans to Pass Immigration Reform

BIDENVice President Joe Biden says that Republicans should pass an immigration overhaul now that the primary season is ending.  Biden spoke to Colorado politicians and religious leaders at a Denver coffee shop yesterday. He noted that Republicans have said they might act on immigration after potentially divisive primaries Continue reading

Beauprez Gets Endorsements From Brophy and Romney

BEAUPREZBob Beauprez has gotten a couple of high profile endorsements for his run for Colorado governor over the last two days.  Yesterday, Senator Greg Brophy, who was also once a gubernatorial candidate, Continue reading