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Opinion: Casers and streeters and the case of the undelivered mail ballots in Colorado

Eight-hundred-and-twenty-eight ballots were not delivered to Aurora and Denver voters until late afternoon on Tuesday, Nov. 5, just hours before the polls closed on Election Day. How and why did that happen?  Often, there are multiple factors leading to errors, mistakes, accidents and other failures. That may well be the case in this situation with […]

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Colorado voters will be able to cast their presidential primary ballots on the same day as New Hampshire’s

Iowa and New Hampshire are synonymous with presidential primary politics, serving as a litmus test for candidates in every election cycle.   But they’ll need to make room for Colorado, too.  Colorado voters will be among the first able to cast presidential primary ballots in 2020. That’s because mail-in ballots will be sent to voters 22 […]

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A lot more than you might realize goes into getting your Colorado mail-in ballot from A to Z

Inside of a northeast Denver building spanning roughly seven football fields, the journey begins for about two-thirds of the more than 3 million ballots that will be mailed to voters ahead of the Nov. 6 election. It’s here that the U.S. Postal Service plays its vital role in Colorado’s all-mail-in elections. The building was roiling […]