The Colorado Secretary of State's Office received a new request Wednesday from the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.
The Colorado Secretary of State Office's new risk-limiting audit process should be more accurate, but in close races, prepare for a long wait.
Election clerks across Colorado are getting ready to start auditing statewide and countywide election results to ensure hackers and other threats are screwing with votes.
To review, here's what the voter registration data that Secretary of State Wayne Williams would have released (and perhaps still will release) includes.
In Colorado, you can go to your local county clerk and request to become a confidential voter.
Secretary of State Wayne Williams will be releasing voter information that is considered public record under Colorado law to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.
Williams: Colorado's elections are clean, fraud rare
The U.S. Attorney's Office in Colorado has appointed an attorney just to handle elections-related complaints between now and Nov. 8.
"I’d point that many of our clerks are Republican and they idea that they are in it to help Hillary – or Donald – win is insane."
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