Make your vote count: Resource information for Colorado voters

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DENVER -- All registered voters in Colorado received ballots in the mail for the November 4 general election. It's too late to mail a ballot but there are plenty of options for you to turn in your ballot or vote at a polling place in your county.

Ballot at election office by 7 p.m. November 4

A post mark doesn't count. The ballot must be at your county clerk's office by 7 p.m. on Tuesday, November 4 in order to be counted.

If you want to return your ballot in-person, contact your county clerk and recorder for drop-off locations. In Denver, there are 23 ballot drop-off locations available 24 hours a day. Each drop-off location is monitored with video surveillance.

Voting at the polls

If you want to vote at the polls, you can surrender your mail ballot and vote in-person at a voter service and polling center.  To do so, go to GoVoteColorado.com to find your polling locations.

You can also check your status at that same website. Log into your voter record, which will show whether your mail ballot has been sent.  If you have more questions about the status of your mail ballot, please contact your county clerk and recorder.

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