How did Colorado Elections Become so Corrupt?

This column is a must read, explaining the big picture of how a purple state turned blue overnight!

It was no accident!

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Hundreds of voters registered at single Colorado address | 9news.com

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My mom, who died Oct. 2018, is still on the voter rolls. When I called the Chaffee County Clerk’s office I was told only she could check to see if she voted. When I stated she died in 2018, the person I spoke with said “oh then there was no vote since Colorado has the safest voting in the county”. I stated again I wanted to know if she voted. Again I was told only she could request that info. Anyone know how I can get the info on if she voted or not?

I put the spreadsheet of ballots cast in the 2020 election up on the mediafire website (cloud server). You have to download the file and open it Excel. There you can search for your mother’s name to see if she voted.

GetReadyMan is a really handy fellow!

Kathy, can you provide an update when you find out if your deceased mom voted?

PS I never thought I would be in the position to ask someone such an awful question, but these are the times we live in!

Republican Pam Anderson, a former county clerk, launches bid to unseat Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold (coloradosun.com)

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Colorado secretary of state claims Americans could ‘lose right to vote within months’ if GOP wins election.

“I have a county that works behind bulletproof glass,” Griswold said. “I have a county clerk who wears a bullet-proof vest. Much of their days are spent responding to conspiracy-fueled lawsuits and information requests intended to ‘gum up’ the system and bog down her office,” Griswold added.

There are so many lies told in these articles, it is hard to comprehend where Griswold gets the nerve. But I want to focus on one sentence, about a new election law that was jammed through in CO:

“The law also includes new protections against insider threats, making it a felony to compromise voting equipment or allow unauthorized access to the state’s voting systems”

That sounds great, until you realize that only employees of Dominion Voting Systems and the Secretary of State’s Office are allowed to access the equipment. Checks and balances by others have been removed by the system.

Some say that giving this much power to the Secretary of State will backfire when the political pendulum swings the other way.

I say they have no intention of ever relinquishing power, so that objection is pointless.

Read more about the bill that Jena Griswold says will protect voter rights:

denver, despotism, and the death of self governance – ASHE IN AMERICA

KUSA-TV Denver thinks Jena Griswold stepped over the line:

“Democratic Secretary of State Jena Griswold, an outspoken critic of Republican election misinformation, offered election misinformation of her own in a recent interview.”

Griswold misleadingly claims that Republicans could soon end voting nationwide (msn.com)