EL PASO COUNTY — With the primary election less than two months away, on June 13, the El Paso County Clerk & Recorders office wants to remind voters about their online services.
Voters can go online and update their personal information, instead of waiting for a paper ballot in the mail.
"(Voters can) update their address if they've moved, if they've not registered to vote there's still time to do so," said Chuck Browerman from the El Paso County Clerk and Recorders office. "We send out ballots the beginning of June, and we will make sure your voice is heard."
Voters who do not declare a party affiliation will get both ballots, but only one will count.
You can update your voter information here.