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  1. Gwen Lachelt defeat a recall effort, according to the latest financial reports filed with the state. In addition, supporters of the recall issued their first campaign-finance report ...

  2. To qualify for the ballot by petition — a process plagued by controversy — statewide candidates must gather 1,500 signatures from registered members of their political party in each of ...

  3. Democrat Amy Padden, a former state and federal prosecutor, said Tuesday that she is suspending her campaign to become Colorado’s next attorney general and backing former primary ...

  4. Doug Lamborn from his party's primary, saying the Colorado Springs Republican didn't collect enough valid voter signatures to qualify. The court reversed a lower court ruling in a lawsuit ...

  5. The move follows a unanimous ruling Monday by the Colorado Supreme Court that ordered Secretary of State Wayne Williams to remove Lamborn’s name from the June primary ...

  6. Doug Lamborn could be out of the race in Colorado’s 5th Congressional District after a state Supreme Court ruling. Six-term Republican congressman Doug Lamborn is in serious ...

  7. He turned in 1,783 signatures to the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office, 1,269 of which were deemed valid. Shortly thereafter, a lawsuit was filed by five ...

  8. Bush, qualified for the ballot through a convention after determining Kennedy Enterprises had committed fraud while gathering signatures for him. The Colorado Secretary of</ ...

  9. Colorado politicians hoping to land on their party's statewide primary ballot must gather 1,500 signatures from party voters in each of the state's seven congressional districts ...

  10. Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Robinson fell 22 signatures short of qualifying for the primary ballot, according to the secretary of state ...

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