Many people across the country are discussing how possible changes in the U.S. Postal Service operations could affect mail ballot voting. In Colorado, we have built up an excellent infrastructure to make sure voters can exercise their rights. We are in a good place to deal with some possible bumps in the road on the way to Election Day (Tuesday, Nov. 3). Here are ten ways Colorado voters can help County Elections Divisions protect voters’ rights and count the ballots in a secure and timely manner:
A voter guide founded by the American Family Association (AFA), a non-profit designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) for its homophobic views on LGBTQ+ rights, only listed Republican candidates in the Colorado 2020 Primary.
This year, a clean election not only means no fraud but also no spreading of COVID19.
Former GOP Congressional candidate George Athanasopoulos, who is leading the Initiative 76 “Citizen Voter” campaign, believes in the effort not only for its policy impact, but as a political organizing tool to help Republicans in the 2020 election.
Ballots will be sent your way starting this Monday, Oct. 15, and the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office issued the following questions (with answers!) about voter registration, voting, and other election issues.
Conservative activist and talk radio host Karen Kataline is calling on fellow Republicans to change their voter registration and become unaffiliated, so they can vote for “the weakest Democrats in the primary.”