(The Center Square) - Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold filed the initial brief in her lawsuit to remove Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters from the upcoming election for allegedly compromising the security of the county's voting system.
Republican Heidi Ganahl formally announced her candidacy for governor of Colorado.
State elections officials from across the country are pushing Congress to slip in tens of billions of dollars in election integrity spending into the budget.
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A new bill to significantly expand federal power over state elections is headed to the U.S. Senate, the latest in a traffic jam of controversial legislation to be decided on by Congress.
Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold has appointed Mesa County Treasurer Sheila Reiner to oversee the county's upcoming elections.
Colorado Secretary of State's Office Confirms that Mesa County Election Equipment Hard Drive Images were Publicly Posted; DHS Confirms Posting does not Heighten Risk to State or Nation's Election.
Mesa County must replace its election machines following a data breach, the Colorado secretary of state ordered Thursday.
As states across the U.S. enact new laws relating to elections, there have been efforts to capture, in aggregate, the effects of those laws. Reports that new election laws will "restrict" voting or have an "anti-voter" effect misrepresent what many of the laws will do.
(The Center Square) - The Mesa County clerk's office is under investigation for an alleged security breach of its voting system, the Colorado secretary of state's office said Monday.
According to Secretary of State Jena Griswold's office, several components of Mesa County's voting system were published on social media, including images that appeared to show the passwords specific to the individual hardware station.