Early voting ends, Coloradans should drop off ballots or vote in person

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DENVER – Early voting has officially ended here in Colorado, which means voters need to drop off their ballots or go to the polls in person to vote on Election Day.

Early voting began on Oct. 22, and Friday marked the last day voters could request a mail-in ballot in Colorado. According to the Secretary of State’s Office, 1.6 million Coloradans have already returned their mail-in ballots, or have voted in person at an early-voting polling place.

There are 10, 24-hour ballot drop-off locations that voters registered in Denver can drop off their ballots over the weekend:

  • Blair-Caldwell Library: 2401 Welton St.
  • Denver Elections Division: (Main Office) 200 W. 14th Ave.
  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science: 2001 Colorado Blvd.
  • Denver Police Dept. Dist. 3 Station: 1625 S. University Blvd.
  • Harvey Park Recreation Center: 2120 S. Tennyson Way
  • Montbello Recreation Center: 15555 E. 53rd Ave.
  • Montclair Recreation Center: 729 Ulster Way
  • RTD – Southmoor Station Park-N-Ride: 3737 S. Monaco Pkwy.
  • Scheitler Recreation Center: 5031 W. 46th Ave.
  • Wellington Webb Building: 201 W. Colfax Ave.

There is also a printable map of Voter Service Centers in Denver where you can also drop off your ballot on or before Election Day.

Visit GoVoteColorado.com. to find a drop-off location near you if you do not live in Denver.

Voters who plan on going to a polling center to vote on Nov. 6 are asked to bring their Colorado driver’s license or another form of identification if they do not have one. You can also bring the last four digits of your Social Security number.

Those who do not have an ID are allowed to bring a recent utility bill dated within 60 days, a recent bank statement, or a pay check to prove their residency.

Voters have until 7 p.m. on Nov. 6 to complete their mail-in ballots and hand-deliver them to a polling center in their county. Postmarks do not matter; the ballot just needs to be received at a polling place by 7 p.m. on Election Day.


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