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An Election Day success  

rick315875 62M
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7/1/2020 5:36 am

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An Election Day success

Voters didn’t have wait in long lines. Turnout was high. And results were available shortly after the polls closed.

Sounds almost too good to be true, doesn’t it?

It’s not. It is a description of yesterday’s primaries in Colorado.

The state avoided the miserable lines that voters in Georgia and Wisconsin recently endured — lines that are a waste of time and, even worse, a health risk during a pandemic.

And unlike in Kentucky and New York, Colorado didn’t take a week or more to count its ballots. It began counting before Election Day. After polls closed, at 7 p.m., people quickly knew that John Hickenlooper had won the Democratic nomination in a closely watched Senate race.

Colorado accomplished all of this thanks to a universal system of voting by , which began in 20. The state sends a ballot every registered voter weeks before Election Day. Voters can return the ballot by , so long as it arrives by Election Day, or can drop it off at any one of dozens of voting centers.

People can also vote in person, but fewer than 6 percent of voters do so in a typical election, said Amber McReynolds, the former head of elections in Denver, who now runs Vote at Home, an advocacy group. The atmosphere at Denver polling places yesterday, she told me, was “calm as can be.”

Hawaii, Oregon, Utah, and Washington also created universal vote-by- systems before the pandemic struck. In these states, turnout has increased, with no net benefit for either party. Many other states are trying expand voting this year, although often without universal mailing of ballots or as many drop-off locations as Colorado has.

Source: The New York Times




rick315875 62M
10691 posts
7/2/2020 4:03 am

Voters didn’t have wait in long lines. Turnout was high. And results were available shortly after the polls closed.

Sounds almost too good to be true, doesn’t it?

It’s not. It is a description of yesterday’s primaries in Colorado.

The state avoided the miserable lines that voters in Georgia and Wisconsin recently endured — lines that are a waste of time and, even worse, a health risk during a pandemic.

And unlike in Kentucky and New York, Colorado didn’t take a week or more to count its ballots. It began counting before Election Day. After polls closed, at 7 p.m., people quickly knew that John Hickenlooper had won the Democratic nomination in a closely watched Senate race.

Colorado accomplished all of this thanks to a universal system of voting by , which began in 20. The state sends a ballot every registered voter weeks before Election Day. Voters can return the ballot by , so long as it arrives by Election Day, or can drop it off at any one of dozens of voting centers.

People can also vote in person, but fewer than 6 percent of voters do so in a typical election, said Amber McReynolds, the former head of elections in Denver, who now runs Vote at Home, an advocacy group. The atmosphere at Denver polling places yesterday, she told me, was “calm as can be.”

Hawaii, Oregon, Utah, and Washington also created universal vote-by- systems before the pandemic struck. In these states, turnout has increased, with no net benefit for either party. Many other states are trying expand voting this year, although often without universal mailing of ballots or as many drop-off locations as Colorado has.

Source: The New York Times


rick315875 62M
10691 posts
7/2/2020 4:02 am

    Quoting Tmptrzz:
    I can't wait to see how all the elections turn out in November, I am hoping that Moscow Mitch will finally be out of the Senate once and for all!! I hope you have a great Hump Day my friend..
Yes we need to get old turkey neck out of office. His favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. Because he gets to impersonate a turkey. All the grandkids love it.


Tmptrzz 57F
84653 posts
7/1/2020 7:58 am

I can't wait to see how all the elections turn out in November, I am hoping that Moscow Mitch will finally be out of the Senate once and for all!! I hope you have a great Hump Day my friend..

Just your average every day run of the mill nana here!!!


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