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Publicly available voter information a surprise to some in Colorado

Many people casting ballots in Colorado weren’t aware their voter registration information is available to anyone who asks until a federal commission requested it from the states. Thousands of voters across the state, including more than 250 in El Paso County, have withdrawn their voter registrations or made their information confidential after the Presidential Advisory […]

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Colorado election offices hearing from voters fearful of Trump commission

A pedestrian talks on a mobile telephone as he hands his ballot to election judge Sheila Keightley as voters drop off their ballots in the state primary election at a drive-in site outside the city's election commission headquarters Tuesday, June 28, 2016, in Denver. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
A few hundred El Paso County, Colorado residents expunged their voter registration information or made it confidential after a newly-formed federal commission asked state elections officials for the records last month, according to the county Clerk and Recorder’s Office. The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, established by President Donald Trump in May to determine […]

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Critics: El Paso County ‘pingpongs’ from one troubled jail health care provider to another

A Miami-based correctional health care provider found a fresh start in El Paso County, winning a jail contract potentially worth up to $40 million eight months after it was banned from jails and prisons in New York state following a string of inmate deaths. Armor Correctional Health Services Inc., a defendant in dozens of pending […]

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