This year’s election in Denver is being called an “all-mail” election, but calling it that could be misleading as voters can still turn in their ballots at drop-off areas and make their votes at polling locations.
The quiet murmur of several dozen Republican activists crammed in a small office in this Denver suburb was broken Saturday morning by a jocular cry: “Hey, everybody, what’s going on?”
Democrats and Republicans battling in close contests for the governor’s office and U.S. Senate in Colorado are wading into new territory with the advent of Election-Day voter registration and ballots being mailed to every registered elector.
Colorado Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper and Republican challenger Bob Beauprez have debated seven times in their too-close-to-call gubernatorial contest.
On Tuesday Boulder County gave CBS4 a tour of its Election Wing where all the ballots are sorted, verified and counted.
Rep. Cory Gardner is outraising Democratic Sen. Mark Udall and has more than triple the incumbent’s cash on hand in the final days of the campaign, according to reports from both sides of the race.
was in town last week for a fundraiser for embattled Democratic Sen. Mark Udall. On Tuesday she will headline a get-out-the-vote rally for Udall
Colorado is shaping up as a key test of whether the Democrats’ edge in turning out votes can prevent a disastrous midterm election for the party.
Voting centers are now open across Colorado, allowing voters to cast ballots in person or drop off their mail-in ballots for this fall’s election.
Residents across Colorado will be able to vote in person or drop off ballots at polling centers on Monday.