“On Nov. 5, the way elections are conducted in Colorado will make a historic shift, but most voters shouldn’t notice the change, said Amber McReynolds, Denver’s director of elections. In the past, Coloradans had the option of voting by mail rather than standing in lines on Election Day. In this election, every voter in the state will get a ballot in the mail, with the option of voting in person. Also, voters can register through Election Day, rather than facing a deadline of 30 days before. Behind the scenes, Colorado will have a more efficient, more cost-effective and more consistent way of collecting ballots, McReynolds said.”
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