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==Governance==
 
==Governance==
  
There is an elected district attorney in each of the state's 22 judicial districts<ref>[http://www.da5.us/faq.html ''Colorado 5th Judicial District'' "Frequently Asked Questions"]</ref>.
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There is an elected district attorney in each of the state's 22 judicial districts<ref>[http://www.da5.us/faq.html ''Colorado 5th Judicial District'', "Frequently Asked Questions"]</ref>.
  
 
==Campaign finance discipline==
 
==Campaign finance discipline==

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The Colorado District Attorney is responsible for some prosecution of the state's campaign finance laws.

Governance

There is an elected district attorney in each of the state's 22 judicial districts[1].

Campaign finance discipline

The Colorado District Attorney is responsible for prosecuting criminal violations of campaign finance laws and matters that are not in the jurisdiction of the state's campaign finance laws set by the Colorado Constitution[2]. All other complaints are handled by the Colorado Secretary of State.

External links

References

  1. Colorado 5th Judicial District, "Frequently Asked Questions"
  2. [Confirmed with Colorado Secretary of State on May 5, 2010]