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.
Boulder GOP Disputes Poll-Watching ProcessBoulder County Republicans are disputing the county's procedure for verifying signatures on mail-in ballots.
Governor Candidates Put The Focus On Last-Minute VotersWith Election Day only a day away, the two candidates in Colorado's tight governor's race are going to be visiting with voters in more than a dozen different cities.
Denver’s 'All-Mail’ Election Going Smoothly So FarThis 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.
Polling And Voting Centers Open On Monday In ColoradoResidents across Colorado will be able to vote in person or drop off ballots at polling centers on Monday.
Udall Makes Closing Case As Colorado Ballots Go OutBallots are landing in mailboxes across Colorado as Democratic Sen Mark Udall makes his closing argument for re-election.
Colorado Election Ballots Hit The MailIt's Election Day in Colorado - for the next three weeks.
Colorado Recall Procedures Under MicroscopeColorado Democrats want to scrub state election law to remove arcane provisions in the state's century-old recall elections law.
Democrats Nix GOP Bills Dealing With Mail BallotsDemocrats on Monday rejected proposals from Colorado Republicans that would make mail ballots optional and allow anyone to challenge votes cast by mail.
Colorado GOP Proposes Election Law ChangesColorado Republicans are taking aim at a new requirement that every registered voter get a ballot by mail.
More Than A Million Ballots Received By Secretary Of State's OfficeVoters around Colorado dropped off ballots on Tuesday in the first-ever statewide mail ballot only election.
Larimer County Mail-In Ballots Go Out Early For Flood VictimsThe flooding is affecting the election in parts of Colorado and Larimer County officials want to make sure voters who lost their homes can still cast their ballot next month.

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