Denver Elections Division trainer Stephanie Struble instructs a group of future supervisory election judges on the correct way to secure ballot boxes on Oct. 7, 2020 in Denver. County clerks are going to extraordinary effort to make sure people with disabilities can vote, including placing ballot drop-off boxes in care centers. (Kathryn Scott, Special to The Colorado Sun)

Colorado wanted to make it easier for people with disabilities to vote. Then came coronavirus.

Advocates say family and friends of prospective voters living in the more than 900 elder care centers and other care institutions in Colorado must remain extra vigilant that COVID-19-related health restrictions do not bar their loved ones from casting a ballot.

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