Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler says a voter registration campaign exceeded expectations.
Coloradans want to make sure their voices are heard and so many people registered to vote on Tuesday the Secretary of State’s computer system was overwhelmed.
The Colorado secretary of state’s office says traffic volume on its website has been high, with residents scrambling to register in time for the November election.
A day after his first debate with GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Denver, President Barack Obama is rallying supporters in Denver.
Colorado registered voters who received letters questioning their citizenship are getting follow-up letters thanking them for responding and letting them know their status is verified.
Nearly a million Colorado residents are getting mailers encouraging them to register to vote in what Secretary of State Scott Gessler said Tuesday is “the largest voter registration effort” in state history.
Labor Day marks the traditional end of summer. It’s also when people really start tuning into the presidential campaign. Several non-partisan groups were out in force this weekend at the Taste of Colorado helping register people to vote.
Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler has mailed letters to nearly 4,000 registered voters asking them to verify they are naturalized citizens, or voluntarily withdraw their voter registrations.
It’s less than a month away from the Nov. 1 elections and time is running out to register to vote.