Colorado’s election workers are facing new scrutiny. They’re embracing new tools to build trust

There are people running for higher office in Colorado this month that are making unfounded voter fraud allegations a central theme of their campaigns. And that has some of the state’s top election workers worried. Just as voters started getting their ballots for the upcoming June 28 primary, Attorney General Phil Weiser sent out a memo warning there will be new consequences for anyone who tries to intimidate voters or meddle with the election. Scott Frankz, KUNC.

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