THE MIX

img
Unaffiliated voters getting a say in Colorado primaries? Two measures just made the ballot

  In March, Colorado’s chaotic caucuses caused confusion for caucus-goers. Say that one 10 times fast. Joking aside, the messy, party-run early nominating contests for […] > read more

img
Why newsrooms throughout Colorado are debating the word ‘suicide’

  Covering suicide has long been tricky for journalists. Some newspapers have a policy not to report on them, which, in the era of social […] > read more

img
Campaign’s under way to set the record straight on slavery in Colorado

It might come as a surprise, but the Colorado legislature unanimously approved a measure in this year’s session. Yes, approved by every single member. Amendment […] > read more

img
Colorado’s Latino Democratic leaders turn out for Clinton

This weekend, while Donald Trump supporters geared up for the next two months, a group of influential Latino Democrats rallied around presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on the […] > read more

img
Meet Mr. Middle, the Unity Party’s nominee for U.S. Senate in Colorado

  On a recent Monday, Bill Hammons was driving around Denver and explaining what it’s like to be on the ballot for national office in […] > read more

img
Wiretap: Trump’s war zones, Virginia’s felon-voting-rights redux, Ramen’s rising value

   Off message At a time when Donald Trump is straining to lure African-American voters, he strayed far beyond his teleprompter Monday to claim that […] > read more

img
Trump campaign launches statewide offices

Although their candidate is 10 points down in polls in Colorado, supporters of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump aren’t letting that dampen their zeal to […] > read more

img
Sen. Irene Aguilar discusses ColoradoCare’s terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad week

Irene Aguilar is an idealist. But she’s no fool. The state senator from Denver long has realized it’s “a long shot” that ColoradoCare – the […] > read more

img
Wiretap: Segregation’s grip, Hillary’s health, and will Trump backtrack on mass deportation?

Change of plans There are rumors flying out there that Donald Trump is ready to do his biggest flip flop yet — on his immigration […] > read more

img
Can Colorado’s anti-fracking initiatives make the ballot?

Secretary of State spokeswoman Lynn Bartels sparked outrage on Twitter last week by posting a photo of empty boxes. The picture, coupled with the caption […] > read more

img
Denver Public Schools kicks off campaign to pass bond, mill levy

Students, teachers, administrators and activists rallied outside West High School this morning to show support for Denver ballot initiatives 3A and 3B, officially kicking off […] > read more