Legislative Year: 2014 Change

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Dem men didn't vote; independents rule; mail-in ballots and financing tactics win for GOP

The 2014 election produced some surprises that, when examining trends, probably shouldn’t be surprising at all.  Underneath the mass of mail and tv ads, below the paucity of effective messaging, four factors framed the 2014 election tale in Colorado: unaffiliated voter registration, mail-in ballots, campaign finance, and no-show Democratic men. With Unaffiliateds as the largest . . .

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Calendar for remaining bills, updated daily. See all remaining bills and their scheduled times.

Remaining bills on calendar »

Bills still in the Hopper

2 Days, 54 bills, the clock is ticking

54 bills to finish over 2 working days »

Governor signed Bills

Governor signs 148 bills so far

148 Bills signed by far »

204 Killed Bills

Better than the Tarantino series

204 bills that didn't make the cut »

Governor vetoes 2 bills

Governor throws the glove down on 2 Dem bills

2 Vetoed bills »

236 Bipartisan Bills

236 Bills have at least 1 Dem and GOP sponsor

They reach across the aisle »

2014 Dem sponsored bills signed by Governor

Signed bills with Dem-only sponsors

Dem only signed bills »

2014 GOP sponsored bills signed by Governor

Bills with only GOP sponsors signed by Governor

GOP sponsored bills signed by Governor »

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