Test of Colorado mail finds delivery is timely — most of the time

Reports of slower mail delivery times nationally and across Colorado since mid-summer are causing concern as more voters than ever plan to vote by mail in the Nov. 3 election, to avoid coronavirus exposure.

But an unscientific experiment by the Colorado News Collaborative over the past month found little to be concerned about in the Centennial State.

Of 120 letters or padded envelopes sent from 24 cities and towns to 26 cities and towns, most arrived at their destination within two to four days. More than half arrived within two days, and another 31% arrived within three days.


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