Nancy Doty says 15 drop-off locations for mail ballots are enough for Arapahoe County
Arapahoe County will fight the state of Colorado in court over its unfunded mandate that the county pay for allowing voters to drop off their mail ballots at 200 polling places instead of at the 15 locations that it has used in the primary and other elections, the county’s clerk and recorder, Nancy Doty today told the Arapahoe Republican Mens [and women’s] Club breakfast. Doty said that she wants to contain election costs while at the same time giving voters plenty of convenient locations where they can drop off their ballots if they don’t want to mail them. She said that it would be too expensive to give voters envelopes with pre-paid postage and that doing so wouldn’t increase voter turn out.
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Equal access for counties’ ballots. Denver Post editorial.
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