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I’m proud to serve Colorado’s sixth district because I believe America’s most important values and priorities are under assault, and Colorado is ready for a new generation of leadership. Raised in a working-class family and having served three combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, I believe public servants should serve the public interest, not the special interests.

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Jason brings a new generation of leadership to Colorado. A leader who always puts selfless service above politics and isn’t afraid to fight for what’s right. Jason Crow fights for all of us.

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            [message] => Important information from the City of Aurora for Adams County residents. We will continue to share updates from the Aurora City Clerk here. 

The city of Aurora has been made aware of an error on Adams County ballots for Aurora residents voting in the Nov. 5 election. Because there are two At-Large City Council seats up for election this year, voters are supposed to make up to two selections among the six candidates in the race. Adams County ballots instruct voters to select only one candidate from the list. Aurora sits in three counties, and ballots in Arapahoe and Douglas counties correctly instruct Aurora voters to select two candidates.

The Aurora City Clerk’s Office provided the same information to all three counties for ballot preparation. The Adams County ballot was prepared incorrectly, and the city missed the error on the final review.

​Adams County will be printing new ballots for voters in Aurora who live in Adams County, and the corrected ballots will be in the mail by Friday, Oct. 18, the statutory deadline for mailing ballots in Colorado.

For Aurora voters, the best option is to complete and return the corrected ballot,” Adams County Clerk and Recorder Josh Zygielbaum said. “If a voter has already returned the initial, incorrect ballot, returning a completed, corrected ballot will void the initial ballot. Under no circumstances will the Elections Department process two ballots for one voter. This is standard procedure for all elections.”

According to Adams County, if voters return only the incorrect ballot, election judges will review and count those ballots after they’ve been separated from the return envelope, ensuring voter anonymity.

Special instructions will be included in the corrected ballot envelope. If Adams County voters have any questions, they can reach out to the Elections Department at 720.523.6500 or [email protected]

Based on information from Adams County, the error affects approximately 17,412 registered voters. Voters in Arapahoe and Douglas counties are unaffected”

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For Jason, advocacy isn’t just speeches and talk. It has to be about action and results. Jason serves Colorado’s veterans and now he serves the 6th District in Congress where he fights to end corruption and the influence of money in politics, to keep our communities safe from gun violence, and to protect Colorado’s working families.

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