Under the Gold Dome: Debate Night Recap

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Jared Polis and Walker Stapleton met again last night for a final debate before the election.

And so did 6th Congressional District candidates Jason Crow and Rep. Mike Coffman.

… And so did attorney general candidates Phil Weiser, George Brauchler and Bill Robinson.

An ethics complaint against Gov. John Hickenlooper was found to be “non-frivolous,” and the state ethics commission will investigate the claims further. The complaint says Hickenlooper accepted travel, hotel stays and gifts in violation of Amendment 41.

The 2018 election is setting fundraising records. Here are the top 10 largest donors and who they support.

In Adams County, 61,000 ballots went missing for a week; they should all be delivered today.

An auditor report shows Denver city employees spent $2.1 million on purchase cards in violation of the local government’s rules.

A residents’ group and an environmental organization are suing the City of Broomfield after it approved a plan for 84 oil wells.

Lawyers representing Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips filed for a preliminary injunction, asking the court to take action after the state filed a motion to dismiss the case.

El Paso County District Attorney Dan May is asking for more money for his 2019 budget. He said his office has been overwhelmed with felony filings and the county might be adding more judges.

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