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Regulatory analysis of proposed election rules
Regulatory analysis of proposed election rules
Caption title., ""Provided as of February 26, 2009 for the public hearing on the proposed rules that will be held on March 2, 2009."--First paragraph., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Report in response to election complaint #47-10-0009
Report in response to election complaint #47-10-0009
"October 28, 2010.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2018)
Report of audit/investigation of Mesa County election process, August 2002 primary election
Report of audit/investigation of Mesa County election process, August 2002 primary election
Cover title., "February 23, 2004.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Report of investigation of accessibility to polling place precinct #1350903206, August 10, 2004 primary election
Report of investigation of accessibility to polling place precinct #1350903206, August 10, 2004 primary election
"HAVA complaint: SOS-HAVA-03-04-0001.", "November 5, 2004.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2018)
Report of the Colorado Task Force on Information Technology
Report of the Colorado Task Force on Information Technology
Cover title., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Report to Colorado General Assembly's House of Representatives and Senate State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committees regarding: Needs assessment of the current state of voting and registration system technology including the Statewide voter registrat
Report to Colorado General Assembly's House of Representatives and Senate State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committees regarding: Needs assessment of the current state of voting and registration system technology including the Statewide voter registrat
Colorado House Bill 13-1303, the Voter Access and Modernized Elections Act (the Act), was signed into law and went into effect on May 10, 2013. The stated intent of the Act is to remove barriers to the electoral process by making both voting and voter registration more convenient and accessible. The Act allows eligible citizens to register and vote up to, and on, Election Day, expands the use of mail ballot elections and establishes Voter to, and on, Election Day, expands the use of mail ballot elections and establishes Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPCs) in each county where electors may register to vote, update their registration information and cast ballots in person. The changes mandated by the Act require the processes involved with election administration and the procedures and systems necessary to support those processes be modified., "July 15, 2013.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2018)
Report to the Voter Access and Modernized Elections Commission, approach to voting equipment and certification studies required by House bill 13-1303
Report to the Voter Access and Modernized Elections Commission, approach to voting equipment and certification studies required by House bill 13-1303
The State of Colorado, with 64 counties responsible for conducting elections has a wide array of equipment for voting, vote tabulation, voter registration entry, voter registration scanning, ballot scanning and signature verification. Counties are responsible for the purchase and maintenance of such equipment., "June 24, 2013.", "Attachments: Uniform Voting System Advisory Committee County by County Results of Equipment Needs Survey, April/May 2013. Request for Information document, February 15, 2013 and summary of respondents by category by vendor.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2018)
Review of 2014 general election results for Boulder county
Review of 2014 general election results for Boulder county
This report arises out of the Boulder County Clerk and Recorder's submission of uncertified election returns to the Colorado Secretary of State. The Boulder County Canvass Board, which includes members from each major party and the Boulder County Clerk, is responsible for certifying the abstract of votes cast in Boulder County. The majority of the Board voted to not certify the abstract. Under Colorado law, the Secretary may accept an uncertified abstract for inclusion in the official statewide results, if the returns are "sufficiently explicit in showing how many votes were cast for each candidate, ballot question, or ballot issue." As a result of the Canvass Board's non-certification, the Secretary of State conducted its own investigation to determine whether the Secretary should accept Boulder County's election results for state and federal offices., "December 4, 2014.", Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed January 2018)
SCORE II mock election evaluation
SCORE II mock election evaluation
"May 22, 2008.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed March 2013)
SCORE feasibility assessment
SCORE feasibility assessment
Cover title., "February 25th, 2008.", Study done for the Colorado Secretary of State., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Teller County primary election report
Teller County primary election report
"August 13, 2012.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed January 2015)
The Colorado business intelligence center : an innovative plan for public data management and economic growth
The Colorado business intelligence center : an innovative plan for public data management and economic growth
Departments and agencies within Colorado possess large amounts of public data regarding businesses and the economy. This data can help businesses with strategic planning, but it exists in so many different places and formats that most businesses cannot use it. The Secretary of State's office will address this problem through the creation of the Business Intelligence Center (BIC). The BIC seeks to aggregate public data and make it available to the widest audience in the most useful format. It will provide businesses with unprecedented access to public data and encourage economic growth., "April 23, 2013.", Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed January 2018)
The Colorado general election 2014: intermittent loss of connectivity between Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPCs) and the Colorado statewide voter registration database
The Colorado general election 2014: intermittent loss of connectivity between Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPCs) and the Colorado statewide voter registration database
Colorado implemented in 2014 an expansive new system of voting, which gives Coloradans a number of options for how to cast their ballots. Under the new system, all registered voters are mailed ballots twenty-two days prior to Election Day. During the 2014 general election, over 95% of voters chose to return their completed ballots either by mail or by dropping off their mailed ballots at designated locations. Coloradans also have another option for casting a ballot. They can appear in person at a physical voting location, a Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC). The Colorado Department of State contracted with the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) to examine the effectiveness of VSPCs during the 2014 election and, in particular, to report findings on the difficulties accessing the Colorado statewide voter registration database encountered by poll workers on November 4, 2014 at VSPCs., a report of the Bipartisan Policy Center., "March 19, 2015.", Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed January 2018)
Tips on wise giving
Tips on wise giving
Caption title., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
UOCAVA
UOCAVA
Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption; (viewed October 2014)

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