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March 2, 2020

Voting reminders & helpful tips

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The deadline to vote is Tuesday by 7 p.m.

Please return your ballot to a ballot drop-off or voting location. It is too late to mail.

Need a replacement ballot or never received your mail ballot: Visit a Voter Service Center on Tuesday, March 3, Election Day 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Unaffiliated Voters - Vote and return only one ballot. If two voted ballots are returned, none of the votes/ballots can be counted. Please tear and discard/recycle the second unvoted ballot.

Someone you know still needs to register: It is never too late to register to vote. If you know someone who still needs to register and vote in the Presidential Primary, please have them visit a Voter Service Center with ID on or before 7 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, March 3, 2020.

Correcting a mistake on your ballot

Option 1) Simply follow the voter instructions included with your ballot (shown above). Cross off the choice you do not want counted and fill in the oval of the choice you do want. If you need to open your return envelope to do so, please open it from the left side if possible (left side when looking at the signature area) and initial the envelope after re-sealing. DO NOT sign the actual ballot. Only sign the ballot envelope.

Option 2) Stop into a Voter Service Center and request a replacement ballot. Bring ID. Voter Service Centers are open 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 3.

Key Reminders

1. It is too late to mail ballots

Please drop your mail ballot at any of our drop-off locations. Postmarks do not count. All ballots must be received by 7 p.m. Election Day, Tuesday, March 3.

2. Moved? You can still register and vote on the same day

Visit a Voter Service and Polling Center to register and vote. Current valid ID required. However, the deadline to switch party affiliation has passed.

3. Be sure to sign your ballot envelope

Sign your name as you normally would. All signatures are verified. Check out this short video to learn about signature verification.

4. Replacement ballots

Ballot damaged or lost? Come into a Voter Service and Polling Center for a replacement ballot or to vote in-person.

Why am I getting this email? You are receiving this correspondence because you provided your email to the Colorado Secretary of State when you registered to vote or your signed up to receive Boulder County Voter & Election Information. The Boulder County Elections Division will not be sending emails on a regular basis. We intend to only send important voting information during the election period.