Colorado Vote History Analysis
In 2013, Colorado implemented an all-mail voting system. America Votes Colorado has inquired into whether the change has impacted voter turnout patterns. Below you’ll find voter turnout estimates in 2010 and 2014, broken out by race and voting method, allowing for comparison across comparable elections before and after the all mail system was implemented.
In short, implementing all-mail voting appears to have increased turnout rates across the board (+5). Turnout rates changed more dramatically among non-White voters, but adoption of mail voting is consistent across racial groups.
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