Common Cause Colorado's Report: Latino Voters Do Vote By Mail, But Only if We Let Them

October 9, 2007

This Common Cause Colorado report on how ethnic minorities participate with mail in voting reads, in part, 'Colorado?s practice of all mail voting has grown increasingly popular among its 64 counties. Colorado law allows all mail voting during odd year, non partisan elections. One potential concern that has been raised with elections that are conducted entirely by mail is whether or not such a program could reduce the accuracy of elections by either reducing the turnout of ethnic minorities or disproportionately increasing turnout among white voters.'

READ: CO_100907_Report_Ethnic_Minorities_Vote_by_Mail.pdf

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