Colorado is a state with a good reputation for honest elections. The system is decentralized with 64 elected county clerks running local elections.
Our most recent Secretary of State controversies involved candidate petitioning with the rules and vendor operations appearing incompatible. With all mail balloting and unaffiliated voters now participating in primaries, it’s hard to argue Colorado isn’t dedicated to ballot access.
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Even a blue wave may not help Griswold enough as I said to Jon Murray of the Denver Post:
But Floyd Ciruli, a longtime political analyst in Colorado, cautioned against discounting Williams’ chances.
“If there’s a strong wave, I think it could go up and down the ballot and give (Griswold) a bit of a push, some momentum,” Ciruli said. Still, he added, “Wayne Williams will be the hardest person on the ballot to beat, just generically, because he is a very popular incumbent in an office that is seen as less partisan.”
Griswold has a small fundraising advantage, but as of today, an extra $100,000 or two is not enough to change the dynamics of this election.
Read Jon Murray’s article in the Denver Post here