TODAY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9TH, IS THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE!

TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN COLORADO! ALSO, make sure your address is correct! Go to: http://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/vote/VoterHome.html

If you have a driver’s license or photo ID you can REGISTER ONLINE! Go to this address to check your registration anyway! Make sure your address is correct and your permanent mail in ballot status is correct as well.

PERMANENT MAIL IN BALLOT IS THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS. The convenience of filling out your WHOLE Ballot at home, signing, sealing it, affixing postage, then dropping in the mail — OR — filling out your ballot at home and dropping off your signed, sealed ballot at the Clerk’s Office as early as OCTOBER 22! And once you do vote, you are taken off lists for political calls!

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  1. Kate

    Thanks for the info. Can the mail-in ballot be mailed @ anytime?

  2. Marisa Dirks

    Yes, mail in ballots will start arriving next week (October 15th) and you can fill out your whole ballot, sign it, affix postage and send it in as soon as you want. Then it’s a good idea to check back at the County Clerk website to make sure your ballot was received. https://www.bouldercounty.org/elections/register/pages/voterinfolookup.aspx

    If you need help navigating through your ballot, we suggest taking a look at the Boulder County Dems Voter Guide. If you live in a precinct in Longmont, you’ll have one delivered to you soon, or you can go to bocodems.org under Voting Info, you can click Voter Guide and download a pdf of it.

    It’s important to VOTE THE WHOLE BALLOT not only to get our President re-elected but to give him a Congress he can work with — that’s a vote for Brandon, as well as, depending on where you live, all the other candidate races. Then there are the ballot issues — the fracking ban here in Longmont (300), the Campaign Finance one (65).

    There will also be Court of Appeals judges you’ll be voting on. We suggest going to Judgepedia.org for that…

    Sorry about the long answer to a short question, but I hope this helps!

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