Officials tell Colorado voters: don’t use postal service to send postal ballots

The Denver Post reports that the Colorado Secretary of State is warning voters that they can’t depend on the US Postal Service to deliver their postal ballots in time:

Secretary of State Wayne Williams is recommending that voters who haven’t yet mailed in their ballots deliver them in person instead.

Williams says that several county clerks have expressed concern that the U.S. Postal Service didn’t deliver their ballots in a timely manner. So he suggests voters either drop off their ballots with their county clerk or use another county drop-off location before 7 p.m. Tuesday rather than putting them in the mail at this point.

Source: Warning: Don’t mail ballots; deliver them in person – The Denver Post