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DENVER — If you haven’t mailed your ballot by now, you will need to drop it off or plan to vote in-person on Tuesday.

Denver has a number of issues for voters to decide, including several bond issues that come to a total of $937 million for different projects.

Thee are also school board races and a proposal to require that roofs on large new buildings include “green” features such as solar panels, rooftop gardens or other “green” components.

Denver has 26, 24-hour ballot drop-off locations that voters registered in the city can drop off their ballots up until 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Visit to find a drop-off location for non-Denver residents.