Dan Njegomir

Author Archive | Dan Njegomir

State’s largest environmental group sets sights on Aurora City Council election

The crowded race for Aurora City Council could turn into a real barn-burner with the attention it’s drawing — especially from progressive groups. We told you last week about progressive group Colorado People’s Action throwing its support behind four candidates for council, promising to canvass neighborhoods in an effort to increase turnout. Well, now the […]

Read the full story, Subscribe or Sign In
Continue Reading

A helping hand to voters who need it in El Paso County

Colorado’s most populous county is also one of the most accommodating to voters with disabilities. So says the Election Center, a national organization that trains and certifies the country’s election officials. The center has recognized the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder’s Office and its Elections Department with the Independence Award for Innovation for Voting Accessibility. […]

Read the full story, Subscribe or Sign In
Continue Reading

Meet Ariana Busby — the Colorado Senate Republicans’ new boss

…Not the boss who makes the headlines (whether for better or for worse) and  brings down the gavel on state Senate proceedings. He’s just the chamber’s president. No, we’re talking about the person who lines up strategy and policy, safeguards caucus interests, watches the Senate president’s back and generally makes things happen from just off […]

Read the full story, Subscribe or Sign In
Continue Reading

Q&A with Wayne Harlos: Colorado’s top Libertarian wants you to think, not fear

Looking for a new political party? Don’t expect a pushy sales pitch from Libertarian Party of Colorado state Chair Wayne Harlos. He’ll welcome your interest, of course, but he might also casually suggest you go to Meetup.com, search for a local Libertarian gathering, drop in and decide for yourself if it’s for you. Not your typical […]

This content is only available to subscribers.

Login or Subscribe

Read the full story, Subscribe or Sign In
Continue Reading

For a change, it’s OK to lob softballs to state government officials

Bet you didn’t know the hard-working staff at the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office also plays a mean game of softball. Well, at least, it fields a softball team; judging by the team photo (which we borrowed from the blog of office Information Minister Lynn Bartels), the players look pretty friendly. Writes Bartels: The team […]

Read the full story, Subscribe or Sign In
Continue Reading