Paper ballots are top pickBy John Ingold, The Denver Post
The majority of Colorado's counties will still hold primarily paper ballot elections this year, despite the failure last week in the legislature of a plan mandating such elections.
A survey of Colorado's 64 counties reveals that at least 60 percent of the state's registered voters will have the option of casting a paper ballot at a polling place on Election Day. In at least 35 of the state's counties — representing at least 1.3 million registered voters — paper is the primary method of voting. Those counties range from the biggest, Denver, to the smallest, San Juan.
At least another nine counties will offer a hybrid system, where voters can choose to vote on either electronic voting terminals or by paper ballot.