Colorado accidentally sends voter registration notices to 30,000 non-citizens

The following is an excerpt from Just the News.

The Colorado Secretary of State’s Office mailed voter-registration instructions to roughly 30,000 non-citizens living in the state. 

The agency said it is attempting to determine why the registration postcards were sent to people who had non-citizen state driver’s licenses, Colorado Public Radio reported last week.

Colorado makes clear the state’s online-voter registration system will block the processing of applications for anyone who isn’t a U.S. citizen.

“Make sure your voice is heard this November,” reads the postcards, which also include instructions on how to “Register to VOTE today.”

The agency says it is conducting an internal review on the matter and “will take any corrective action that is warranted.”

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7 thoughts on “Colorado accidentally sends voter registration notices to 30,000 non-citizens”

  1. Sure… accidentally.
    Sure… The ‘SYSTEM’ that screwed up will make sure non of those ‘accidents’ wil get through if used.

    … and Joe Biden can dunk a basketball between his legs with a soft serve in the other hand all at the same time being guarded by Corn Pop.

    Someone PLEASE don’t let them get away with this crap. PLEASE.

  2. Colorado, once deep red when the millennium changed, then purple when the first decade ended, is now solid blue. By virtue of Front Range population of inbound residents from blue states and the blue resort counties, the state has been Californicated. The long-time Colorado ranchers, the descendants of the first settlers, don’t have a chance.

  3. I really don’t mind these mountain “a–holes” lying to me, but I do resent the fact that they do expect me believe their lies. How stupid do they think us “flat landers” are?

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