Partisan hack Jena Griswold continues to fail Coloradans

Greenwood Village, Colorado. – The incompetence of Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold seems to have no bounds. It was recently revealed by Colorado Public Radio that the Secretary of State’s office sent voter registration notices to 30,000 residents who are not citizens.

If this sounds familiar it’s because something similar has happened under Jena Griswold’s failed leadership before and coincidentally, right before an election.

In 2020, Griswold’s office was called out by then Colorado GOP Chairman Ken Buck for sending taxpayer funded postcards to dead people and non-citizens encouraging them to register to vote so they can cast ballots.

It seems that Jena has once again become too focused on spending taxpayer dollars to boost her campaign instead of doing her job and overseeing her office so that these types of errors don’t happen.

This time, Griswold’s mistake resulted in 30,000 non-citizens living in Colorado being mailed a postcard “notifying them on how they could register to vote.”

There could’ve been legal repercussions for those non-citizens who received the postcard from Griswold and chose to trust her advice and try to register to vote. They would’ve been liable, not Griswold. That’s concerning.

Statement from Colorado GOP Chairwoman Kristi Burton Brown: “Jena Griswold continues to make easily avoidable errors just before ballots go out. She has spent four years serving as a taxpayer-funded partisan hack and MSNBC analyst instead of serving as a fair, unbiased Secretary of State. In 29 days, Coloradans are going to elect Pam Anderson — a serious, competent, respected, and professional leader as Secretary of State. Jena’s continued malfeasance and oddly timed ‘errors’ undermine the trust in our system and create more problems for our hardworking county clerks.”