Analysis of voter turnout in the 2014 midterm election in Colorado shows that low-propensity voters, including young voters, significantly overperformed their predicted turnout levels. This report also contains analyses of predicted versus actual turnout among various subgroups, including those based on demographics, partisanship, and vote history. While not conclusive, the evidence generated by these analyses supports the assertion that Colorado's universal vote-by-mail system -- which debuted in 2014 -- likely played a role in increasing turnout.
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According to @CID_USC more California voters chose to #VoteAtHome than in past elections which ... increased voter turnout. The numbers don't lie! When lawmakers give voters more options to #VoteAtHome, participation in democracy increases.