Oct 24, 2013 2:16 PM by Maddie Garrett
Colorado is preparing for an all-mail election this year under new statewide rules.
In the past, Coloradans had the option of voting by mail rather than standing in lines on Election Day. In the upcoming November 5th election, every voter in the state will get a ballot in the mail, with the option of voting in person.
According to local clerk and recorder's offices, voters can register through Election Day, rather than facing a deadline of 30 days before the election.
However, the mail ballots must be delivered to the clerk and recorder's offices by election day at 7:00pm, ballots postmarked but not received by the deadline will not be counted.
There are several Voter Service and Polling Centers available, where you can vote in person or transact other election-related business such as registering to vote, updating your voter records or obtaining a replacement ballot.
The following links provide more information on voting in your county:
El Paso County: http://car.elpasoco.com/Pages/default.aspx
Teller County: http://www.co.teller.co.us/cr/ElectionsDept.aspx
Fremont County: http://www.fremontco.com/clerkandrecorder/elections.shtml
Huerfano County: http://www.huerfano.us/Clerk_s_Office.php