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Mail Ballot Challenges

January 14, 2014

SB 79 would have allowed any person to challenge the status of a mail ballot. The legislation did not have a fair process for evaluating challenges, and provided no due process or opportunity for voters to respond.

Mail Ballot Opt Out

January 14, 2014

SB 71 would have established a mail ballot opt-out list, creating confusion for voters and additional administrative concerns. The law was unnecessary, as Colorado requires that voters have the option of voting in person if they prefer.

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Letters & Testimony

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Approval Voting Could Give Coloradans More Options at the Polls

April 26, 2017; Blog Post

Approval voting is an electoral method that allows a voter to cast a vote for as many of the candidates for each office as the voter chooses--as opposed to just one. A new bill would allow cities, towns, counties, school districts, and special districts in Colorado to conduct nonpartisan elections using the approval voting model.

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