denverchannel.comSteve SaundersNote: This story has been updated with comments from Steve Saunders. Former 7News correspondent Steve Saunders announced on Facebook on Saturday that he plans to run for the Denver City Council seat being vacated by Marcia Johnson. Saunders, whose father is lo ... More >>
Jeff PeckmanJeff Peckman, the creator of a ballot initiative to create an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission in Denver, has promised that the measure would not cost the city anything -- and by moving the proposal from the August ballot to the November election, the Denver Elections Division ... More >>
Jeff Peckman has had a tough month: First, David Letterman's all-too-earthly horn-dog behavior made big news -- and bit into the value of a clip from Letterman's June 10, 2008 UFO interview with Peckman that's prominently featured on the campaign web page for the Extraterrestrial Affairs Comm ... More >>
Could the country's first female president be selected in Colorado? Christine Smith thinks so.
The wormwood wonder may be legal now, but good luck finding any in this city.
Can councilman Paul Lopez reconcile his anti-city government past with his establishment future?
Talk about a gun nut! This write-in candidate should be written off.
What have Colorado’s legislators been smoking?
Keep shoveling, Mayor Hickenlooper. Maybe things will clear up.
As of nine this morning, the Denver Election Commission had received 40,039 ballots -- and those are ballots filled out by voters, not returned by the U.S. Postal Service as undeliverable (another 30,000 or so), after the DEC had already given itself an A on its performance with this single-ballot ... More >>
At the Denver Election Commission, there’s no safety in numbers.
While I was driving across America and Canada last month, I couldn't escape the influence of home. I detailed how Colorado stories lead the newscasts in every city I visited in my November 23 "Worst-Case Scenario." While watching the evening news in Canada , for example, I learned that mayors of T ... More >>
Zombies are attacking this city.
Last Tuesday was not John Hickenlooper's day. Had he caught all the woo pitched his way a year ago and made a run for governor, he probably would have been elected. Instead, his town was having trouble electing anyone, thanks to the disastrous performance of the Denver Election Commission.
It felt traitorous to vote early. I'd never done so before, partly because it always seemed rather undignified to fill out a ballot at the same place I'd buy broccoli, but also because I was loyal to my old polling place, located in a rehab center where the residents considered election day a major ... More >>
This gadfly gets our vote.
Bad taste is not against the law!
Exposing the Denver Election Commission is as easy as falling off a blog.
The state of the art in Denver.
Get yourself a pizza the action at the Wazee's anniversary party
Brother, can you spare a dime?
October 30, 2003
From the week of June 5, 2003
Bright spots in a down-and-dirty campaign season.
Hey, that's not funny
David Barber comes out of his COMA.
The tent goes up at CityLights — and so do the expectations.
Behind the scenes at the Paramount Theatre
Mail-ballot elections force candidates to change their campaign strategies.
Is that a tuba in your pocket?
Feeding the daily dinosaurs.
Wellington Webb's party crasher...
A party leader's "affiliation" comes under fire in the state GOP chairman's race.
The candidates in the Denver's DA's race refuse to come to order.
Inside Denver's hottest--and littlest--newspaper war.
HAVING YOUR ADDRESS REMOVED FROM PUBLIC RECORDS MAY NOT MAKE YOU AS ANONYMOUS AS YOU THINK.
MEET THE PEOPLE WHO WANT TO KICK THE NEW MAYOR AROUND.WHO'S WATCHING THE WATCHDOGS NUMBERS AREN'T THE ONLY THINGS GETTING CRUNCHED IN THE RACE FOR DENVER AUDITOR.
A "POLITICAL" BREAK-IN LOOKS MORE LIKE WHISKEYGATE THAN WATERGATE.