Looks like the Colorado Secretary of State's office botched implementing the Help Amerca Vote Act statewide this past election.
Donetta Davidson's crew spent yesterday crowing that an average of 72 percent of provisional ballots were accepted in Colorado. But, the Rocky Mountain News dug into the numbers to find that acceptance rates of provisional ballots ranged from 20 percent in some counties to 100 percent in others. The Help America Vote Act requires election officials to apply voting guidelines consistently around the state. With acceptance rates of provisional ballots all over the map, and county officials admitting to the Rocky that some areas may have applied voting laws differently than others, looks like Davidson's minions may want to take another look at the job they did this past November.