As previously reported, Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold sent out 30,000 voter registration notices to noncitizens last month... The forms were in English and Spanish.
The postcards encouraged the noncitizens to vote.
If they can't cheat, they can't win.
The Colorado Secretary of State's office said the postcards were mistakenly sent out due to a ‘database glitch' related to a list of people with driver's licenses.
This is why the Democrats give illegal aliens driver's licenses and pass ‘motor voter' laws.
Griswold's office insists the illegals won't be able to vote if they try.
The so-called ‘glitch' is under investigation.
Colorado's secretary of state office says it mistakenly sent postcards to about 30,000 noncitizens encouraging them to register to vote, blaming the error on a database glitch related to the state's list of residents with driver's licenses.
The office of Democratic Secretary of State Jena Griswold insisted none of the noncitizens will be allowed to register to vote if they try.
The news comes at a time of widespread skepticism - often unfounded - of voting integrity following the 2020 presidential election and as Griswold, who has touted her role as a national advocate for secure elections, seeks reelection in the November midterms.
Colorado's Republican Party chair, Kristi Burton Brown, condemned Griswold for the error, saying in a Monday statement that "Jena Griswold continues to make easily avoidable errors just before ballots go out" by mail on Oct. 17.
That Department of Revenue driver's license list includes residents issued special licenses for people who are not U.S. citizens. But it didn't include formatting information that normally would have allowed the Department of State to eliminate those names before the mailers went out, Griswold's office said Monday.
The incident is under investigation, it said. Colorado Public Radio News first reported the error.