Colorado Election Ballots Mailed

Colorado voters are receiving mail ballots this week for next month’s election. And as Bente Birkeland reports, people should check with the Secretary of State’s office if they don’t receive a ballot soon.

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Voting Machines and Ballots

Mail ballots will be sent to registered voters on (Tuesday/tomorrow). Colorado is also testing voting systems in eight counties for the November 3rd election. As Bente Birkeland reports, the Secretary of State wants to create a more uniform voting system […]

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Pay2Play

Film Director John Ennis was inspired to follow the chain of money into politics following the birth of his daughter. Along the way, he journeys through high drama on the Ohio campaign trail, uncovers the secret history of the game […]

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Boulder Propositions 300 and 301

Proposition 300 – Neighborhoods’ Right To Vote Proposition 301 – Development Shall Pay It’s Own Way. Jeff Flynn with Liveable Boulder speaks in favor of Prop 300 and 301 and Boulder City Councilmember Macon Cowles with the group One Boulder which opposes […]

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President Jimmy Carter: A Full Life

“It’s been the stupid decision of the Supreme Court in Citizens United that ordained that corporations have the same rights as people to give money in a political campaign.” Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States of America […]

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Coded Racial Messaging in Politics

“Conservatives have been using this message about minorities not just to win votes but to engender hostility toward government.” Ian Haney Lopez is a UC Berkeley chaired law professor and author of Dog Whistle Politics, how coded racial appeals have […]

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GOP Voting Measures Fail

A pair of Republican proposals to require photo IDs for same day voter registration failed in a Democratic committee today/Wednesday. Bente Birkeland has more.    

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