Voters to Decide Fate of Denver Election Commission

After Denver's bungled elections in November, voters will decide this month, by mail, whether to abolish the Denver Election Commission. A ballot measure would create one job: an elected clerk and recorder. Nearly all of Colorado's 62 counties use that model. Ryan Warner talks to City Councilwoman Rosemary Rodriguez, the author of the measure, and Denver Democratic Party chair Sharron Klein, who has reservations about the proposal.

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