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ALL COLORADO ELECTIONS ARE MAIL-IN BALLOT. Your mail-in ballot should arrive this week.
Be sure to check your registration at govotecolorado.com to make sure your address is current by October 30.
If your address is not current by October 30, you might not receive your ballot in the mail, but you can still vote in person at any of the Voter Service Polling Centers (VSPCs), by Election Day, Tuesday, November 7, at 7pm.
DID YOU RECEIVE NOTIFICATION that your ballot was on its way via Ballot Track? Ballot Track will also notify you when your ballot reaches the Clerk’s office. Sign up for Ballot Track here.
THIS IS IT: You’ve been hearing about the City Council Election (Tuesday, Nov. 7) for months, perhaps heard from supporters knocking on your door. Now’s the time to see the full array of candidates, and see how they answer the tough questions facing our city. The forum will move quickly, but will be jam-packed with information you can use. You’ll even have an opportunity to chat with candidates afterward, to follow up or to ask questions of your own!
All candidates have been invited to this forum, moderated by Front Range Community College History Professor Mary Ann Grim. JOIN US for this informative event!
LAD City Council Candidate Forum: Wednesday, October 4, 6:30pm, Oskar Blues Warehouse Oak Room, 1800 Pike Rd, Longmont (not the OB on South Hover, enter Warehouse Oak Room parking lot from S. Sunset & Lefthand Circle, follow signs, park in north parking lot, and volunteers will direct you! See map below.).
MAKE SURE YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION IS CURRENT: All Colorado Elections are Mail-in Ballot. You can register to vote up to and including Election Day. Colorado has no registration deadline, HOWEVER, October 30 is the last day to register or change your registration and still receive a ballot in the mail. If you register or change your registration after this date, you must vote in person.