When it comes to voting, Denver is a pioneer, whether it’s convenient round-the-clock ballot boxes or ballot tracking.
The Denver Election Division currently provides 24 round-the-clock ballot boxes where voters can drop off their ballots. The boxes are in use now as voters drop off ballots for the Nov. 3 coordinated election. Other county clerks have followed suit.
“We are a state-of-the-art election office that is one of the best in the country,” Denver elections director Amber McReynolds said. “We have spent significant time supporting counties across Colorado and the nation to export our ideas, innovations and service. It is all worth it if we can improve the voting process for voters everywhere. That is why it matters to us.”