8/23: The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals delivered a blow to the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact by ruling that it was unconstitutional to force electors to vote for a candidate.
8/22: Woodland Park has joined two other cities in Colorado, fighting against the state’s decision to join the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact.
8/22: The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver ruled that the Colorado secretary of state has the right to replace electors, which threatens the Electoral College.
7/16: A measure to leave the National Popular Vote Compact could appear on Colorado’s 2020 ballot, giving voters a chance to decide whether the state should decline participation.
7/15: A question over whether Colorado should leave the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact could appear on the state’s 2020 ballots.
6/13: Judicial Watch has filed suit against Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold after she refused to turn over records involving the state’s adoption of the National Popular Vote Act.
6/7: Coloradans Vote, a group pushing for a repeal of the National Popular Vote Act, says they are halfway to gathering the signatures required that would put their repeal on the 2020 ballot.
4/1: Zachary Rothmier, who used the city’s affordable housing program to rent apartments, is now accused of voter registration fraud.