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Deadline passes in Colorado to mail in ballot

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Ballots for El Paso County election were mailed October 16th. Ballots for El Paso County election were mailed October 16th.

If you still haven't voted yet in Colorado, you'll have to drop off your ballot or vote in person if you want your vote to count.

Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams said all ballots should have been mailed in by Oct. 31.

Election day is Nov. 7 this year. If you haven't mailed in your ballot, you still have six days to drop it off before the deadline. Ballots must be returned to the clerk's office by 7 p.m. on the seventh.

All ballots should have been sent to their addresses. If you have not received your ballot yet, call 575-VOTE to request a new one. If your address has changed, ballots will not be forwarded to a new address.

For more information about what you'll see on the ballot, visit the election watch tab on KOAA.com for a full list of our stories and the issues and the candidates you'll be voting on.

For a list of polling locations and ballot drop off sites, look at the map below or click here if you're a mobile user.

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