2/21: Colorado’s legislature chose to join 12 other states in the National Popular Vote Compact, which is an agreement to give its Electoral College votes to the popular vote winners in elections.
2/20: Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold refuses to disclose emails about her office’s decision to push the National Popular Vote (NPV) initiative.
2/14: The Colorado legislature will vote on a bill that would give all electoral votes to the National Popular Vote winner.
1/23: The Democrats pushing for Colorado to join the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact should consider that eliminating the electoral college will hurt the state.
1/9: Democratic Secretary of State Jena Griswold was accused of partisanship by Republican Jerry Sonnenberg for appointing special interest representatives to her team.