Election 2013

5:29am

Mon March 17, 2014
It's All Politics

Google Glass: Coming Soon To A Campaign Trail Near You

Originally published on Mon March 17, 2014 9:59 am

Campaign workers and other political operatives are trying to find ways to use Google Glass on the campaign trail.
Frederic J. Brown AFP/Getty Images

Google Glass is looking to be the next must-have digital device. The small computer you wear like eyeglasses allows you to surf the Web, email, text, take photos, shoot and stream live video and more — hands-free.

For now Google Glass is in very limited release, but even so, political professionals are eagerly exploring how it could become a powerful campaign tool.

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2:24pm

Mon December 16, 2013
Oil and Gas

Court Date Set For Broomfield Fracking Vote Count (Update: Hearing Delayed)

Broomfield Clerk and Recorder Jim Caldelarie works with election officials on Nov. 14, 2013.
Grace Hood KUNC

Updated: A Dec. 18 district court hearing had been set to hear a case between Broomfield election officials and a pro-fracking group over voting irregularities with a 5-year fracking moratorium that voters narrowly approved. It has been delayed pending another case.

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5:33pm

Thu December 5, 2013

2:02pm

Fri November 15, 2013
Election 2013

Broomfield Will Recount Votes On Fracking Moratorium

A Broomfield election official shows a ballot signature to observers on Thursday, Nov. 14.
Grace Hood KUNC

The public will have to wait a few more weeks to know the final outcome of Broomfield’s Question 300 — a 5-year proposed moratorium on the practice of hydraulic fracturing. Official election results show that proponents narrowly won by 17 votes, triggering an automatic recount.

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10:52am

Tue November 12, 2013
Politics

Is Governor Hickenlooper A ‘Vulnerable’ Candidate?

Gov. Hickenlooper addresses supporters of Amendment 66 Tuesday night after results show the ballot measure losing by a large margin. It is a rare loss for Hickenlooper, and Republicans are hopeful it’s a sign of his political future next year.
John Schoenwalter The Colorado Statesman

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