We have one thing to be thankful for in 2020: Colorado voting
This past week I strolled out my front door, took a 10-minute walk and popped my vote in a ballot drop box outside the government center in Lakewood City Commons. Easy peasy.
Over the past few months, I’ve been working tirelessly with people across the country trying to emulate even a modicum of the ease Coloradans enjoy in their electoral system.
Simple things we take for granted constitute enormous struggles in other states. And even when circumstances create obstacles, we have plenty of resources available to overcome them.
Working with people across the country during this election has led me to more exasperated eyerolls than I’ve performed in the prior four decades of my life. Every day I come across some new issue or problem. Typically, my answer begins with, “Well, in Colorado …”