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Tuesday, November 2,2010

2010 Boulder County races

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Incumbent Boulder County Commissioner Cindy Domenico is winning handily in her bid for re-election as of press time. Others in the lead include Hillary Hall for clerk and recorder, Robert Hullinghorst for county treasurer, Emma Hall for county coroner and Jerry Roberts for county assessor.
Tuesday, November 2,2010

2010 Colorado state legislature races

Three Dems leading in legislative races; two others in tight race

By Boulder Weekly Staff
One of the key legislative races that could determine whether the Democrats retain control of the state Senate involves Boulder County and was still too close to call as of press time Tuesday night. Democrat Jeanne Nicholson is battling Republican Tim Leonard in Senate District 16, and with only 36 percent of precincts reporting, media outlets were showing Nicholson with a slight lead, 50 percent to 49.9 percent.
Tuesday, November 2,2010

2010 Boulder County ballot issues

Voters hand county mixed results: Human services winning, while open space issue flags

By Boulder Weekly Staff
The vote on county ballot issues was too close to call by press time on Tuesday, with voters seeming to prioritize human services over open space purchases.
Tuesday, November 2,2010

2010 Colorado ballot issues

'Numbers' poised to fail, but 'letters' on the brink of passing

By Boulder Weekly Staff
The message to voters leading up to the Nov. 2 election was "vote no on the numbers and vote yes on the letters," and that appears to be what voters in Colorado have done.
Tuesday, November 2,2010

2010 Colorado governor/senate races

Hick is the pick; Bennet in lead for Senate

By Boulder Weekly Staff
As of press time Tuesday night, Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper had a commanding lead over his closest competitor, Tom Tancredo, in the Colorado governor’s race. Media outlets have already declared the Democrat the projected winner, Hickenlooper has delivered an acceptance speech, and Tancredo had given a concession speech.
Thursday, October 21,2010

Boulder Weekly's printable 2010 voting guide

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Voting today? Print out a copy of Boulder Weekly's printable 2010 voting guide
Thursday, October 7,2010

Boulder Weekly's 2010 Ballot Picks (cont'd)

By Boulder Weekly Staff
STATE HOUSE DISTRICT 33 Dianne Primavera Like most of the candidates, Don Beezley wants to create jobs and economic opportunity. But he says the “legislature has shown it is sorely lac
Thursday, October 7,2010

Obama will triumph and so will America

By Frank Schaeffer
Not since the days of the rise of fascism in Europe, the second World War and the Depression has any president faced more adversity. Not since the Civil War has any president led a more bitterly divided country.
Thursday, October 7,2010

For guv, Hick is our pick

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Hickenlooper has as much pertinent experience as most non-incumbent candidates for this office, and you've probably heard the basic story. He's an ex-geologist who turned his life around after being laid off. He built a successful business in the Wynkoop Brewing Company and was a major force in getting downtown Denver renovated.
Thursday, October 7,2010

Boulder Weekly's 2010 Ballot Picks

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Amendment P was referred to the ballot by the Legislature, and it would amend the Colorado Constitution. It would transfer licensing authority for games of chance, such as bingo or raffles, from the Department of State to the Department of Revenue.
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