Days Before Certifying Colorado’s Questionable 2020 Election Results for Biden, Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold Caught Deleting Dominion Voting Machines 2015 Proposal for Work

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Days Before Certifying Colorado’s Questionable 2020 Election Results for Biden, Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold Caught Deleting Dominion Voting Machines 2015 Proposal for Work

 

Another day, another suspicious act committed by Democrats in the 2020 election. Joe Biden was declared the winner in Colorado in the 2020 election.  But the number of votes for Biden was reportedly more than both Hillary and Obama received in prior elections, a lot more.  President Trump surpassed both the Obama and Hillary record vote counts, which you would think would have won him the state since Biden had no game and no following, but instead the impossible occurred.  Biden received half a million more votes than Obama and Hillary to set a record and outperform them all.

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Article: Colorado election officials must verify a voter’s signature to count a ballot. Here’s how it works.

Election 2020, Election Reform

Colorado election officials must verify a voter’s signature to count a ballot. Here’s how it works.

For the 2020 election, Colorado voters statewide can correct ballots rejected for signature discrepancies through through their mobile phones.

Perhaps your signature is picture-perfect cursive letters. Or maybe it’s a messy scrawl. Either way, you may be wondering: How do Colorado election officials verify that the signature on your ballot envelope is actually yours?

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Article: States’ election funding requests indicate numerous anticipated hurdles

Election 2020, Election Reform

States’ election funding requests indicate numerous anticipated hurdles

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has already thrown the 2020 primary season into disarray, but now with just over six months until November, the aftershocks of the spread of COVID-19 threaten to rock the general election, leaving states grappling with a slew of underlying logistical hurdles embedded in the administration of the voting process.

Filings submitted by states and territories to the U.S. Elections Assistance Commission as part of the CARES Act–a $2 trillion economic stimulus package President Donald Trump signed into law last month– indicate that election officials are already scrambling to address inevitable changes ahead, but given the decentralized nature of U.S. elections, each state seems to be angling at different solutions to mitigate voting amid the pandemic.

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