Gold Dome: Election Night Results

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Cynthia Coffman made her long-awaited announcement to join the race today. The Attorney General said she is the candidate to bridge the urban-rural divide.

Voters approved a measure to add green roofs to all new developments, despite urging from city officials to vote down the measure in order to find a less punitive path to the same goal.

As for other election night results, Denver gets $937 million in GO bonds.

Anti-voucher school board candidates win in Douglas County.

Broomfield gains more local control over oil and gas operations.

Cañon City voters are trying out a “time-out” on TABOR for 10 years.

One of the biggest election night stories from last night: Virginia and New Jersey voted in Democratic governors in what is considered a “rebuke or President Trump.”

A Denver City Councilman is seeking to ban bump stocks for semi-automatic rifles if the federal government won’t do it.

One of the biggest election night stories from last night: Virginia and New Jersey voted in Democratic governors in what is considered a “rebuke or President Trump.”

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