Colorado Elections

A Colorado Voting Q&A - Updated October 28

Oct 28, 2020
Mark Duggan

With less than one week to go until Election Day, you need to drop off your ballot instead of putting it in the mail to make sure it arrives on time. Ballots need to be returned to a vote center or drop box by 7 p.m. Nov. 3.

 

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For the 2020 election, Colorado voters statewide can correct ballots rejected for signature discrepancies through their mobile phones. We learn why in this special for the Colorado Sun.

Got Voting Questions? We've Got Answers!

Sep 15, 2020

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3, but registered voters in Colorado will receive mail-in ballots after Oct. 9. With national concern about the veracity of mail-in ballots, Colorado has become a focal point. Colorado began statewide vote by mail in 2013, although some counties used it before that.

A national pre-election mailer from the United States Postal Service arrived in mailboxes across the region this past weekend. Colorado Election Officials are warning residents about the misinformation that was distributed. KSUT’s Sarah Flower has more. 

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Super PACs and dark money nonprofits have already spent more than $27 million on the race between Colorado’s two major-party Senate candidates, Cory Gardner and John Hickenlooper.

Sarah Flower

Ballots for the 2020 General Election will be sent out next month. Colorado is one of nine states that conducts their elections by mail. KSUT’s Sarah Flower reports on how area Clerk and Recorders are managing this election year.

A Zoom video recording of Flower's discussion with La Plata County Clerk and Recorder Tiffany Lee Parker, Montezuma County's Kim Percell and Archuleta County's Kristy Archuleta can be viewed below.

A Colorado Voter Q&A

Sep 2, 2020
Mark Duggan

**Updated: September 29, 2020**
Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3, but registered voters in Colorado will receive mail-in ballots after Oct. 9. Vote-by-mail began for the entire state in 2013, although some counties used it before that. Here's a handy guide to basic election questions.

 

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More than 1.6 million Coloradans turned out for the June primary two months ago. Fewer than 11,000 voted in person at polling places, where coronavirus precautions were in place. Instead, voters across the state took the ballots they received in the mail and returned them primarily to drop-off boxes.