Problem Reports - Colorado Election System
SYSTEM VIOLATIONS AFFECTING CANVASS BOARDS|
rules, data, reports and procedures have not been revised to take into account
new threats resulting from legislative changes. C.R.S. 1-10 is
written for precinct-polling-place-election canvassing.
General and 2014 Primary Election canvass board non-certifications were
overridden without due-process and without documented reasons.
and rules lack a clear and measureable statement of requirements against
which compliance can be gauged. Incomplete and ambiguous election
statutes, rules and glossary cause canvassing problems.
- Interference by government
officials in canvass board appointment, and canvass board governance.
with election statutes and rules.
- Incomplete and ambiguous
- Inadequate election records
- Contaminated election
- Inconsistencies between
reports and data files.
- Inconsistencies within
ELIGIBLE VOTER SUPPRESSION
There are "no reliable safeguards" to prevent false voter registration. An ineligible voter cancels the vote of an eligible voter.
FAILURE TO ENFORCE C.R.S. 1-10 CANVASS APPOINTMENT PROVISIONS
Broomfield is wrongfully using "nonpartisan coordinated election" provisions to appoint "partisan election" canvass board members.
VIOLATION OF RULE 13.1.3 COMPLAINT RESPONSE-TIME
Election complaints are not processed as required by Rule 13.1.3. Rule 13 lacks accountability and enforcement provisions.
Each problem is assigned a unique identifier. Problems move through three stages: