Colorado is “kind of the Burger King of elections,” Secretary of State Wayne Williams told a class Tuesday during a talk with seniors learning about government.
Williams and Elena Nunez, executive director of Common Cause Colorado, spoke to the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, a program through the University of Denver that provides adult learning for men and women age 50 and “better.”
Williams explained that Colorado is the only state that offers a mail-ballot system, early voting and polling-place locations two weeks before an election.
“So it’s kind of the Burger King of elections, right?” he said. “Having it your way, however you want to do it.”