The Colorado Secretary of State’s office says nearly 12,000 registered voters are listed as non-US citizens, because the voters failed to check a box affirming they’re citizens when they registered to vote…Colorado’s top three gubernatorial candidates tell business leaders they’ll look to restore tax exemptions eliminated earlier this year…and, Residents of Colorado Springs, and in particular, near the Ute Pass area, may see smoke on the north side of Pikes Peak from a prescribed burn.

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