Colorado’s Next Elections Chief May Be Quieter

October 20, 2014 5:28 PM

Colorado’s Next Elections Chief May Be Quieter
" DENVER (AP) – Colorado may be in for a quieter time from its next elections chief.

Either Democrat Joe Neguse or Republican Wayne Williams would likely make less noise as secretary of state than current secretary Scott Gessler. Both talk up their bipartisan nature and are campaigning as level-headed caretakers of the state’s elections.

Williams is the clerk and recorder in El Paso County, the state’s most populous. He says his experience makes him the best choice "

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