What to know about voting in Colorado as Election Day nears

November 4, 2022
Lisa Heagney (left), a Republican, and Kathryn Dunn (right), a Democrat, load a ballot transit box into a county van. The two work as a bipartisan pair as a security measure. Lisa Heagney (left), a Republican, and Kathryn Dunn (right), a Democrat, load a ballot transit box into a county van. The two work as a bipartisan pair as a security measure. Matt Bloom/CPR News
Lisa Heagney (left), a Republican, and Kathryn Dunn (right), a Democrat, load a ballot transit box into a county van. The two work as a bipartisan pair as a security measure.

Nearly a million Coloradans have returned their ballots so far. The deadline to vote is 7pm Tuesday. The whole process, while historically smooth in Colorado, is also fraught as misinformation abounds. We check back in with the head of the Colorado County Clerks Association, Matt Crane. He’s a Republican who’s fought The Big Lie here and across the country.