Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Ballots can be mailed back with 61 cents postage, or they can be dropped off at the Denver Elections Division. A drive-through ballot drop off is open outside of the Denver Elections Division from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. It is on the southbound side of Bannock St. just south of 14th Ave.
Twelve more Voter Service Centers, four with drive-through drop offs, will open next week. At any of the service center, voters can drop off their ballot, obtain a replacement for a lost or spoiled ballot, complete an emergency registration affidavit, or request a ballot if they have not received one.
Voters may also be interested in signing up for the Denver Elections Division’s Ballot TRACE program and track their ballot’s progress through the U.S. mail.
Find more information about the May 3 election by clicking here,
Posted by Politics Colorado at 1:03 PM