Dave Pigott, a Republican candidate for the Colorado state legislature, can get back to campaigning after a judge dismissed a highly publicized campaign finance complaint previously filed against him.

On August 6th, Denver attorney Adam Platt, also an active Democratic operative, sent reporters a copy of a complaint (and a press release) against Pigott, in which Platt argued that Pigott should have faced fines of up to $40,000 for allegedly misreporting basic campaign contributions, including $5 rolls of duct tape and a volunteer-created website.  Late last week, the court assigned to hear the case dismissed it in its entirety.  You can read OGI’s full report here.