[Colorado-talk] Fw: Primary Survey

Scott C. LaBarre slabarre at labarrelaw.com
Mon Aug 9 22:41:50 UTC 2010

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From: Faith Gross 
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Subject: FW: Primary Survey


This message is from Just Vote Colorado, our Election Protection Coalition.  The Legal Center is a member of the Steering Committee.

Please forward this message to your mail lists.




Faith Gross

VOTE! Coordinator

The Legal Center for People with Disabilities and Older People

455 Sherman St. #130

Denver, CO 80203






We need your help to monitor the August 10th primary. 


A recent change in Colorado law allows counties to conduct the primary election by mail. In 47 of 64 counties, mail ballots have been sent to Colorado voters who are affiliated with a political party. These counties will also have Service Centers, where voters can vote on accessible voting machines, get a replacement ballot, and address any other voting problems. Voters can also drop off their ballots at the service centers if they prefer not to mail them.  Colorado voters who are registered to vote but not affiliated with a political party may affiliate at a Service Center or polling place and vote in the primary election.


How you can help:

-          Visit a Service Center. You can drop off your ballot there or request a replacement, but visiting a Service Center is the best way for us to evaluate whether or not the counties are meeting the community's needs.

-          Complete the Primary Election Survey. You can email it to enunez at commoncause.org or mail back to Colorado Common Cause, 1536 Wynkoop St #307, Denver CO 80202.

-          Promote the website (www.JustVoteColorado.org) and hotline (1-866-OUR-VOTE) to voters in your community who may have questions about voting.


Thanks in advance for your help!




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