Would you vote by mail if you had to drive hours to a post office to mail your ballot? That question confronts the United States Supreme Court this session.
The Colorado Supreme Court has affirmed that the state's independent redistricting committees can continue their work to redraw political districts while the U.S. Census Bureau finalizes the 2020 count.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis vetoed a bill Friday that would allow a person to run for multiple political offices simultaneously.
A proposed ballot measure in Colorado is drawing the ire of Weld County commissioners and members of the state's agriculture industry.
The recent national elections -- conducted in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic -- highlighted difficulties Americans face to register to vote and cast a ballot.
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon has signed new legislation, HB 75, which will require Wyoming voters to present identification when they cast ballots in person.
One of the most heavily contested voting-policy issues in the 2020 election, in both the courts and the political arena, was the deadline for returning absentee ballots.
A Colorado House committee controlled by Democrats voted down five Republican-led bills addressing the integrity of the state's election system this week.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman is suing the city for enacting a campaign finance ordinance the mayor says violates the First Amendment.
The Wyoming Senate is poised to take up a bill that would require voters to present identification at their polling places.