EL PASO COUNTY — El Paso County is adding nine new ballot drop-off locations, giving voters more options to submit their vote ahead of the presidential primary election.
These new locations will bring the county's total to 35 ballot boxes available any day of the week and at any hour with each box under video surveillance at all times. Fifteen of the ballot boxes are accessible to drive up to and drop off your ballots.
If you're unable to drop off your ballot at one of the locations, you can mail it to the Clerk and Recorder's Office by 7 p.m. on March 3. Voters can expect to receive their ballots starting next week when they are mailed out Feb. 10.
To find your nearest location, click here to access a map built by the county.
Monday, Feb. 3, is the last day to change your party affiliation and you can do so at one of the county's Clerk and Recorder's Office.