DENVER (AP) The Colorado Supreme Court has reaffirmed its decision in two Colorado legislative recall elections that voters do not have to first vote "yes" or "no" on the recall to have their votes for a successor validated.
The Colorado high court said Monday a state constitutional requirement that voters must first vote on the recall before voting for a candidate violates rights to voting and expression under the U.S. Constitution. The court's written ruling came in response to a question from Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper.
The election went ahead as scheduled and Democratic Senate President John Morse of Colorado Springs and Democratic Sen. Angela Giron of Pueblo were ousted in an election seen as a national measure of popular support for gun legislation. They were replaced by two gun-rights Republicans.
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