2020 Elections

Election integrity is critical, lest voters lose faith in election outcomes. Perhaps the most crucial element of election integrity is voters’ trust in election officials to perform their duties responsibly, without partisanship and according to the law. Secretary of State Jena Griswold (Democrat) and Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters (Republican) are prime examples of glaring […]

When Major League Baseball announced Tuesday that Coors Field will host this year’s All-Star Game, Coloradans celebrated. Come mid-July and for the first time since 1998, we will be home plate for an annual extravaganza that excites baseball fans everywhere — giving Denver the attention Gov. Jared Polis and Mayor Michael Hancock seek. It will […]

Yesterday, Colorado’s independent congressional redistricting commission voted to remove Republican Danny Moore from his position as chairman, with cries ongoing for his dismissal from the commission altogether. While the commissioners have the right to choose their leadership from among their 12 members, they should not expel Moore from the board. The decision to revoke his […]

In 2013, Colorado became the third state to implement statewide vote-by-mail – meaning we’ve had extensive experience leading the nation when it comes to mail-ballot elections. Since then, Colorado has improved and enhanced our system, learning from mistakes and generating more best-practices. On a few occasions (such as SB17-305 and HB19-1278), we’ve made significant reforms […]

Currently in its eighth season, NBC’s “The Blacklist” — starring James Spader as Raymond Reddington, the most endearing, humorous criminal mastermind you’ll ever see on TV — is an exceptional crime thriller. It features intricate plotlines week-to-week and frequent edge-of-your-seat episodes. Among its long-running plot instruments is The Cabal, a corrupt shadow government that reaches the […]

Today, the General Assembly is gaveling in for the third and final day of the “first part” of its legislative session before it adjourns until a likely February 16 return. In truth, Coloradans of all stripes should feel embarrassed by its legislative leadership’s failure to meet its constitutional duties and do the people’s business in […]

Let’s be real: The 2020 presidential election is over.  Objections or not, Congress will tally the Electoral College votes and Joe Biden will be declared president.  As an ardent supporter of President Trump’s reelection bid, it pains me to say it — but it’s true. Even so, we should look critically at the push by […]

We keep hearing from Republicans across the country: “Joe Biden and the Democrats stole the election!” This comes as accusations – some merited, some not – fly over how the 2020 elections were handled in many states. Before Election Day, I wrote and spoke a lot about my own concerns for election integrity in states […]

GOP concerns about election integrity are warranted. Americans should focus on three keys to ensuring election integrity, for now and the future. (Coauthored with former Colorado Deputy Secretary of State Suzanne Taheri (Staiert).) President Donald Trump’s campaign is embarking on a series of legal challenges in several states, pursuing allegations of voter fraud and process […]

Coauthored with former Colorado Deputy Secretary of State Suzanne Taheri (Staiert) President Trump’s campaign has powered ahead with lawsuits in several states, challenging voter fraud and technical problems. Depending on the facts of each case, Trump may be right to do so — and for reasons that are much bigger than himself or his campaign. […]


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