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Voting & Elections 06.2.2022

Governor Polis Signs Bills to End Partisan Election Tampering and Harassment

Today at 3pm MT, Governor Jared Polis will sign two bills into law that will strengthen and protect voting and elections in Colorado. The Election Official Protection Act and the Colorado Election Security Act are a major defeat for right-wing extremists who attempted to overturn the 2020 election.

Voting & Elections 05.11.2022

Colorado Common Cause Hails Trio of Bills Creating a Safer and Stronger Democracy

Today, Colorado Common Cause celebrated the end of a productive legislative session during which lawmakers passed legislation that will make voters and election workers safer and safeguard our election systems.

Voting & Elections 04.5.2022

Partisan Extremists Hold Rally to Spread Election Lies and Undermine Our Democracy

"For two years, partisan extremists have spread falsehoods about our elections because their preferred candidate for president in 2020 did not win. Today’s rally with out-of-towners is one more sad failure to face reality."

Voting & Elections 07.11.2021

More Than 250 Activists Rally for Voting Rights During MLB-All Star Weekend in New Host City

Yesterday, more than 250 pro-democracy activists, led by Common Cause Colorado, rallied during the MLB All-Star Game festivities in support of The For The People Act. After the MLB relocated the 2021 All-Star Game from Atlanta, Georgia to Denver, Colorado, local pro-democracy organizations used the opportunity to celebrate Colorado’s voting laws and urge support for The For The People Act to set national standards for voting rights and election administration.

Voting & Elections 10.26.2020

Ensuring Meaningful Ballot Access in Colorado's Jails

No one should be denied their right to vote—especially those who are incarcerated when they have never been convicted of a crime. County clerks are required to create and facilitate plans to coordinate with the county sheriff’s office so that eligible individuals are provided the opportunity to vote. This report has sought to determine how well this rule has been implemented with the goal of highlighting best practices and deficiencies in current practice.

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