DENVER (AP) _ State officials say more than 217,000 people have
registered to vote in Colorado this year, including nearly 113,000
since the end of July.
Monday was the deadline for registering to vote in the Nov. 4
Richard Coolidge, a spokesman for Secretary of State Mike
Coffman, says preliminary figures show Colorado now has about 3.1
million registered voters. About 1.1 million have requested mail-in
Coolidge says county clerks have canceled the registrations of
more than 58,000 voters since January, about 2 percent of vote
Nearly 31,000 had moved to another county or state. Nearly
14,000 were duplicate registrations and nearly 8,000 had died.
More than 2,200 were canceled because they were felons.
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