Most voters in Colorado vote by mail. Instituting an all-mail ballot system in Colorado will increase expenses to local election officials without increasing voter turnout., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed January 2018), Includes bibliographical references.
Module 1: Fiduciary duties of nonprofit directors and officers in Colorado (Rev. October 2013) -- Module 2: Board Governance -- Module 3: Form 990 and financial ratios(Rev. February 2014) -- Module 4: Regulatory compliance and filing requirements (Rev. March 2014) -- Module 5: Personnel issues (Rev. March 2014), Online resource; title from website (viewed March 2015)
Colorado has been one of the leaders in elections in a number of years. The right to vote is the foundational expression of having voice in how we're governed. It is basically the heart of American democracy, so it means everything. The work that Colorado is doing on risk-limiting audits is critically important to the elections community across the United States. Risk-limiting audits are important because we can conduct a post-election audit that gives a statistical level of confidence that the outcome of the election is correct. Several people including Wayne Williams, Colorado Secretary of State discusses methodology of the suggested and several statisticians discuss how risk-limiting audits work to check the results of elections aren't tampered with., video file MPEG 2.8GB, Streaming video file., Directed and produced by Douglas Millington., Performer, Online resource; title from title screen (viewed July 2018)
"Provided as of April 24, 2007 for the public hearing on the proposed rules that will be held on May 1, 2007."--First paragraph., Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption; (viewed February 2014)