[Opinion] Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold is openly courting non-citizens and the dead to register to vote in the November election.
A since removed article that appeared in CBS4 in Denver reported that Griswold targeted people who are not eligible to vote to register and vote in the upcoming election that will decide a hotly contested U.S. Senate seat and that could also prove pivotal in the presidential race.
In one example, Karen Anderson told CBS4 that she received a postcard addressed to her mother encouraging her participation in the election. Anderson reported that her mother hasn’t lived in Colorado in 53 years and has been dead for the past four years…
Anderson: “Which sounds really nice except my mother has been dead four years and she hasn’t lived, voted, owned property, worked, or done anything other than visit Colorado since 1967.”
CBS4 reported finding a dozen other examples, including “a deceased woman in Las Animas County, six migrant workers in Otero County, a Canadian in Douglas County, a man from Lebanon in Jefferson County, and a British citizen in Arapahoe County.”
Judd Choate, director of the secretary of state’s elections division, told CBS4 that his office sent 750,000 postcards to potential voters with the hopes of increasing voter participation by 75,000 people.
Colorado Democrats boast that the state has one of the best election systems in the country since introducing compulsory mail-in balloting and same day registration. What could go wrong?
(Investment Watch) Mail-in ballots in Colorado have pre-cut holes which reveal the red markings on Republican Party ballots.
Makes it easy to quickly sort and dump unwanted ballots in the recycling bin.
Perhaps Colorado’s election system is the best possible system for Democrats seeking to hold onto power but it appears to fall short of being an equitable system that guarantees an unbiased outcome.