Colorado Republican Secretary of State Scott Gessler is alerting prosecutors of 155 suspected noncitizens who have cast ballots.
The latest round of letters questioning the citizenship of some Colorado registered voters has 63 out of 298 people affirming their right to vote, and most recipients are ignoring the May letters altogether.
A federal court says a Colorado law requiring that only state residents be allowed to circulate ballot petitions is a violation of the First Amendment.
A spokesman for Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler says his boss was probably unaware he needed to file receipts for $1,400 he used from his office account after he took office.
People who received letters questioning their citizenship and right to vote will learn Wednesday what steps Colorado election officials plan next in the battleground state where every vote can be critical in close races.
U.S citizens are among those who received letters from Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler questioning their right to vote, the American Civil Liberties Union said Tuesday.
Citing an ongoing investigation, Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler said Tuesday he would not allow public inspection of the list of nearly 4,000 registered voters he suspects are ineligible to vote because they’re not citizens.
The state of Colorado is holding more than $500,000 that it owes to people.