Military and Overseas Voting in Colorado

Military and Overseas Voting in Colorado

Colorado military and overseas voters have surpassed the number of ballots they requested in 2008.

With eight days to go before the election, 19,055 military and overseas voters had requested absentee ballots from Colorado—2,804 more than the 2008 presidential election. Secretary of State Scott Gessler noted this is the first year that a statewide electronic ballot delivery system is available to send ballots to all military and overseas voters. 

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