Ballots Mailed Across Colorado: 'Don't Wait Until The Last Minute'Ballots were placed in the mail on Monday, addressed to voters across Colorado.
Voting Equipment Tested Ahead Of Election DayVoters in some states are already casting ballots. In Colorado, ballots will be mailed out Monday, Oct. 17. On Thursday, Denver tested it's voting equipment.
National Voter Registration Day Designed To Increase ParticipationNational Voter Registration Day is Tuesday. There are events across Colorado and nationwide to get all eligible people registered so they can participate in the election.
Colorado Official: Rigged Election A 'Conspiracy Of Extraordinary Proportions'There are growing concerns over the possibility of a rigged presidential election as some experts believe hackers could compromise electronic voting machines.
Plenty Of Confusion Among Colorado Voters As Primary Election NearsWith so much attention focused on the presidential election in November, there's some confusion around Colorado's primary election in June.
Denver Jails To Start Courting Inmate VotersDenver is cranking up voter outreach to some folks who probably think they aren't eligible to cast ballots — jail inmates.
Election Day Puts New Voting System To The TestVoters across Colorado will experience the new voting system that is designed to be easier to cast ballots.
Marijuana Tax Headlines Colorado's Off-Year ElectionsColorado is voting Tuesday on state marijuana taxes and local issues that include a hotly contested school board recall in suburban Denver.
Election Day: A Variety Of Ways To Cast Your VoteTuesday is election day across Colorado and ballots are due at 7 p.m.
Jefferson County School Board Recall Most Watched Local Election In NationThe presidential election is still a year away but voters do get a say on many other races on Election Day in Colorado which is Tuesday.
Voting Locations, Ballot Drop Off Sites In ColoradoFind all the locations where voters can drop off their ballots in Colorado.
Colorado Secretary Of State Warns Against Mailing BallotsSecretary of State Wayne Williams is recommending that voters who haven't mailed in their ballots yet deliver them in person instead.