Colorado County in the State of Colorado has been experiencing recent ballot issues on the eve of the midterm elections. Most recently, ballots which have already been sent to almost 110,000 voters were mistakenly labeled as primary ballots. Colorado County has faced other election ballot issues in the past.  

In the June primaries, a ‘substantial’ number of ballots with incorrect state house races were sent out to voters. The ballots also omitted a county commissioner race. 

Griswold, a Democrat running for reelection, previously assigned an election supervisor to the county for the June primaries after Democratic Clerk Gilbert Ortiz’s office mailed some ballots with an incorrect state house race and omitted a county commissioner race from a “substantial” number of ballots sent to Pueblo voters. (SRN News)

Also during the June primaries, an investigation was launched after a voter was alleged to have tampered, via a USB device, with a voting machine.

In the same county during the June primary, concerns were raised that a voter had tried to tamper with a voting machine by inserting a USB device. The machine was taken out of use and an investigation was launched. (SRN News)

Secretary of State, Jena Griswold (D-CO) has had to intervene in election issues not only in Colorado County but in other counties around the state as well. Griswold’s own office mistakenly sent postcards to approximately 30,000 noncitizens, encouraging them to register to vote.

 This comes after Griswold’s office earlier this month mistakenly sent postcards to about 30,000 noncitizens encouraging them to register to vote. Officials blamed the error on a database glitch related to the state’s list of residents with driver’s licenses and insisted none of the noncitizens will be allowed to register to vote if they try. (SRN News)

Many Americans on both sides of the political divide have raised concerns over electoral fraud since the elections of President Trump in 2016 and President Biden in 2020.

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