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June 20, 2016

Boulder County 24-hour mail ballot drop off locations, voting centers open

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Boulder Elections

Greetings from Boulder County Elections:

The Primary Election is just over a week away!

Don’t wait until the last minute to drop-off your mail ballot. For your convenience, here is a handy list of all our 24-hour mail ballot drop-off boxes:

Voter To Do List
Ballot Drop Box

Boulder – Boulder County Clerk & Recorder – 1750 33rd Street

Boulder – Boulder County Courthouse – East Wing – 2025 14th Street

Boulder – Boulder County Housing and Human Services
Broadway & Iris

Boulder – South Boulder Recreation Center – 1360 Gillaspie Drive

Lafayette – Lafayette Public Library – 775 W. Baseline Road

Longmont – Boulder County Clerk & Recorder / St. Vrain Community Hub – Corner of 6th Avenue and Coffman

Longmont – Boulder County Fairgrounds – 9595 Nelson Road

Longmont – YMCA – 950 Lashley Street

Louisville – Louisville Police Department – 992 W. Via Appia Way

Superior – Superior Town Hall – 124 E. Coal Creek Drive

Like to know that we received your ballot?

Sign up for Ballot Track any time of year and we’ll send you notifications about the status of your mail ballot for each election. It’s a free service that sends you messages by email, text, or phone when your ballot has been printed, mailed, and received back by Boulder County Elections during election periods. Learn more.

Mail Ballot Envelope

Person Voting

Want to vote in person or need to get a replacement ballot?

Visit our website to find a Voter Service and Polling Center. Voting Centers open today.

Questions? We have answers: ★ 303.413.7740 ★ ★ Twitter: @BoCoClerk

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