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Joey BunchJoey BunchOctober 12, 20175min898
Here’s something I bet you haven’t heard anywhere else: The Colorado House and Senate each could flip next year. OK, maybe you’ve heard half that. The Republicans hold just a one-seat edge in the 35-member Senate, which will see 17 seats on the ballot next year. But the House? Democrats enjoy a nine-seat majority in […]

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Mike McKibbinMike McKibbinAugust 6, 20167min31

Colorado voters will soon have a better idea if they will have to decide anywhere from a few to maybe more than a dozen ballot measures in the Nov. 4 general election. Dr. Robert Preuhs, an associate professor of political science at Metropolitan State University of Denver, said this year's ballot is shaping up to be “pretty typical” concerning amendments and issues. “Presidential election years tend to have more issues, but it's a little early just yet to figure out exactly what will be going on,” Preuhs said. “I'd say there is a potential to have quite a broad range of issues to decide.”