State Lawmakers may have thought the fight over mail-in ballots was over when they made them the law of the land. But they didn’t count on Marilyn Marks getting her revenge this week.
Pitkin County election officials say they will allow limited inspection of ballots cast in the 2010 election after the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled ballots must be made public as long as they don’t identify voters.
The Colorado Court of Appeals has ruled that ballots must be made public as long as they don’t identify voters.
The Colorado County Clerks Association is opposing efforts by Secretary of State Scott Gessler to make ballots available for public review.