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Colorado Secretary Of State Jena Griswold Wants Postcards With Correct Information Mailed To Voters

DENVER (CBS4)- Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold is asking for a federal judge to require the postmaster general to pay for informational postcards to be sent out to correct misinformation that was mailed to Colorado voters.

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Griswold said the USPS needs to set the record straight, after mailers with false information on Colorado's mail in ballot process were sent to voters.

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She said the information is confusing and wrong. In Colorado, a ballot is mailed out to every registered voter.

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Colorado has more than 3.5 million active registered voters.

LINK: Denver: Where To Vote – 2020 General Election

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