Changes to Colorado election rules allowing same-day voter registration and mailing ballots to all registered voters will get their first hearing in a state House committee on Monday in what’s expected to spark partisan wrangling.
A dispute is brewing over draft language to change how security is overseen for voting machines used in Colorado.
County clerks say hundreds of ballots for this year’s county and state election are being returned because they cannot be delivered.
The Colorado Court of Appeals has ruled that ballots must be made public as long as they don’t identify voters.
Colorado Republican Rep. Mike Coffman is introducing legislation to repeal portions of the 1973 Voting Rights Act so that county clerks are only required to provide ballots and other election materials in English.