Election 2020

Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris meet tonight at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City for their first and only debate of the campaign.

KSUT will carry NPR's special coverage from 7-9 PM. Susan Page, the Washington bureau chief of USA Today will moderate.

 

 

President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will debate each other for the first time Tuesday evening, in the first of three presidential debates.

KSUT will carry NPR's special coverage of all three debates; the first this Tuesday from 7-9 PM from Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic, in Cleveland. Chris Wallace, anchor of Fox News Sunday will be the moderator. 

Election 2020 Voter Resources

Sep 21, 2020

In Colorado, ballots for the November 3, 2020 General Election will be mailed the week of October 9. Ballots should be returned by mail no later than October 26 or deposited into a 24-hour ballot drop box up until 7 pm on November 3.

For New Mexico, early voting begins October 6. The last day to mail an absentee ballot is October 20.

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.

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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.

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.

 

State of Colorado

 

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.