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Political Control

Updated: 11/03/2004 - For the first time in almost 45 years, Republicans have lost control of both the Colorado House and Senate.

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Ken Salazar Wins Election

Updated: 11/03/2004 - Colorado voters have elected the first Hispanic member of the United States Senate in more than 25 years.

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Bryant Prosecutor Re-Elected

Updated: 11/03/2004 - The prosecutor who charged N-B-A star Kobe Bryant with sexual assault will keep his job for another term.

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Statehouse Control

Updated: 11/03/2004 - The early trend shows Democrats could take an 18-to-17 majority in the Colorado State Senate. The party now trails by one seat.

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Salazar Defeats Coors

Updated: 11/03/2004 - Republican businessman Pete Coors has conceded the United States Senate race to Democratic Attorney General Ken Salazar.

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Bush Takes Colorado

Updated: 11/03/2004 - Colorado has remained simply red on the election map, with voters choosing George Bush for president and rejecting a proposal to split the state's nine Electoral College votes.

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Absentee & Early Voting

Updated: 11/02/2004 - About eleven percent more people voted early or with absentee ballots in this election than in the presidential election in 2000.

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Snow Storm Arrives

Updated: 11/01/2004 - The first major winter storm of the season is dumping several inches of snow on the area.

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Poll Position

Updated: 10/31/2004 - Just days away from decision day, a survey by Mason-Dixon Polling Search shows President Bush is 7 points ahead of Senator John Kerry in the state.

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Hard Times

Updated: 10/31/2004 - Target stores have already said "no" and, now, Albertsons supermarkets could be following suit. And it's making for hard times for the Salvation Army in their annual winter charity drive.

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Training Day

Updated: 10/31/2004 - More Fort Carson soldiers will deploy to Iraq soon. And with them, hundreds of Air Force personnel who've been training at the mountain post for the past month.

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Political Hot Zone

Updated: 10/30/2004 - It seems like we're all still living in a political hot zone.

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Changing Colors

Updated: 10/30/2004 - Still firmly Republican red or bleeding Democrat blue? This year's voter registration drives show the state may be on its way to changing its political colors.

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Provisional Ballots

Updated: 10/30/2004 - Election officials are feeling some jitters especially when it comes to provisional ballots.

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Bomb Threat

Updated: 10/30/2004 - A scary morning for cadets, visitors, and Air Force Academy personnel.

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Metal of Honor

Updated: 10/30/2004 - He gave up his dreams of playing baseball so he could be a farmer. At that time, he had no idea pumpkins would make him famous.

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Election Concerns?

Updated: 10/29/2004 - There are more complaints about election procedures in Pueblo.

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Snow's Coming!

Updated: 10/29/2004 - A fall snow storm has dumped eight inches or more of snow in the high country, helping ski resorts prepare for their openings next month.

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Voter Registration

Updated: 10/29/2004 - It's been a big year for signing up "new" voters for both the Republicans and the Democrats.

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One Last Campaign Stop

Updated: 10/29/2004 - Vice President Dick Cheney is returning to Colorado Springs for a last minute campaign visit.

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