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Jon Keyser wins legal challenge, will appear on U.S. Senate ballot

Senate campaign appeared dead, Jon Keyser won a legal challenge Friday to return to the race and appear on the Republican primary ballot.District Court Judge Elizabeth Starrs issued a ruling that found Keyser's campaign "substantially complied" with the law when he submitted signatures to qualify for the race.The decision is just the latest twist in the roller-coaster contest for the Republican Party's nomination to challenge Democrat Michael Bennet.Two more candidates .
The Denver Post
29/04
19 Points
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Jon Keyser files legal challenge to appear on GOP U.S. Senate ballot

meaning the secretary of state's office was unable to confirm his registration."These signatures are signatures of real voters, real people who want to put Jon Keyser on the ballot," Keyser attorney Chris Murray told the judge. He added, "If the signatures gathered by Mr. Gonzalez are not counted, these voters' voices will be taken away on a technicality."Gonzalez testified that he moved to his new address in Colorado Springs the day he accepted the job.
The Denver Post
27/04
20 Points
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Jon Keyser files legal challenge to appear on GOP U.S. Senate ballot

meaning the Secretary of State's office was unable to confirm his registration."These signatures are signatures of real voters, real people who want to put Jon Keyser on the ballot," Keyser attorney Chris Murray told the judge. He added, "If the signatures gathered by Mr. Gonzalez are not counted, these voters voices will be taken away on a technicality."Gonzalez testified that he moved to his new address in Colorado Springs the day he accepted the job.
The Denver Post
27/04
16 Points

Candidates fail to file enough valid signatures to make primary ballot

Rothmier turned in 417 more signatures than the 1,000 required to make the ballot, but 859 of those were rejected. McIntosh was required to submit 1,000 signatures from registered Democrats in the district, but he came up short.Earlier this month, Williams announced that another candidate for that house district, Michele Fry, also failed to submit enough valid signatures.While McIntosh turned in 168 more signatures than the 1,000 required to make the ballot, 204 of those were rejected.
The Denver Post
25/04
16 Points

Ensure parity for Colorado's unaffiliated voters

If Colorado is going to restore its presidential primaries, it should go as far as possible to giving unaffiliated voters not only a voice, but an equal voice. The percentage of unaffiliated voters is highest among voters in their 20s and 30s, who simply do not identify with either major party to the extent that earlier generations did.We applaud the growing bipartisan support for presidential primaries, and welcome the upcoming bill .
The Denver Post
22/04
4 Points
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