DENVER — Election Day doesn’t only mean the end of the political campaign season. It’s also the end of political ads.
Those ads include thousands of pieces of political mailers that have been sent to homes around the state.
“The mail volume is up, and we know that across the board in just about every county throughout Colorado and in every race,” said David Rupert, the postal spokesperson for Colorado.
While complaints about the mailers are common, they’re a welcomed part of the job for staff at the United States Postal Service.