Denver unveils ballot-tracking service

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July 12, 2010

DENVER, Colorado: Denver residents will be able to track their ballots after they drop them in the mail this year. In early July the City of Denver unveiled a new program which will help track mail-in-ballots as they travel through the U.S. Postal Service. The city will begin using this for the August 10 primaries and will be joining several counties throughout the state in holding a mail-in-ballot election instead of setting up polling locations. According to reports, the City of Denver is hiring i3logix to run the tracking program. City Councilman Chris Nevitt said the program will hopefully ease concerns about lost ballots. "All of our districts receive a flood of calls about missing ballots," said Nevitt about past elections.[1]

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