Denver Archbishop Samuel J Aquila hosted a Memorial Mass Sunday to mark what would have been the 50th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision.
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Voters surprised the entire country on November 8, and upsets piled up in Colorado as well. The Colorado Times Recorder interviewed two Democratic state House candidates — widely considered the deepest of underdogs — about their unexpected wins.
Safe & Healthy Colorado, self-described as a grassroots, volunteer-led coalition of Coloradans working toward a safer and healthier future, announced a campaign to decrease the state’s production of oil and gas.
88 Tactical, the self-proclaimed “Guntry” Club whose name maintains links to white supremacy and Neo-Nazi numerology, is planning to expand into the Denver metro area.
Ballots started being mailed to all active Colorado voters Monday, and on October 24, over 350 voting centers will open around the state for those looking to cast their votes in person.
On September 27, Healthy School Meals for All, the organization backing Proposition FF, which would provide children attending public schools across the state with access to free meals, released the names of over 100 Colorado nonprofits that have endorsed the measure that’s on the November election ballot.
A new poll reveals that over two-thirds of registered voters in the state of Colorado support increasing transparency on any ballot initiative proposing a state income tax change.
On the campaign trail last weekend, Colorado GOP governor candidate Heidi Ganahl posed for a photo with anti-LGBTQ troll Matt Walsh.