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Ethics Watch files campaign finance complaint against national Realtors PAC for unreported spending

Colorado Ethics Watch has asked the Denver Elections Division to determine whether the National Association of Realtors Fund,… 

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Court of Appeals Affirms Ethics Commission Ruling Against Gessler

The Colorado Court of Appeals has unanimously affirmed the Independent Ethics Commission's 2013 ruling that former Secretary of… 

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RMGO Complies With Court Order In Case Filed By Ethics Watch

Rocky Mountain Gun Owners (RMGO) has paid the fine of $8450 assessed against them in a campaign finance… 

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Ethics complaint against Rowland dismissed

Rick Gustafson (Elbert County News) - The Colorado Independent Ethics Commission dismissed an ethics complaint against Elbert County Commissioner Robert Rowland at its monthly meeting on May 11. Read More ›

Denver runoff candidate and national PAC file amended finance reports after complaints

Jon Murray (Denver Post) - Also Monday, the National Association of REALTORS Fund, a large political-action committee based in Chicago, resolved a finance reporting complaint by filing amended reports. Read More ›

National PAC fails to disclose spending in Denver elections

Tessa Cheek (Colorado Independent) - The Realtors Fund, a political action committee, failed to report that it had spent at least $40,000 supporting Denver City Council candidates Elizabeth Adams and Jolon Clark. Denver law requires PACs to disclose all campaign spending to the city clerk’s office. Read More ›