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In-Person Voting Locations and Ballot Drop Box Locations in Pueblo County for the 2021 Coordinated Election

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Posted at 12:37 PM, Sep 30, 2021
and last updated 2021-10-26 23:16:01-04

PUEBLO COUNTY — News5 is helping you prepare for the November 2021 Coordinated Election with guides to find out what's on the ballot, what it means to you, and where to deliver your ballot across the region. Colorado has used a mail-in ballot system for years that's been touted as one of the safest methods.

Ballots for this year's general election are mailed out on October 8 by local clerk and recorder offices. If you have not registered to vote yet in Colorado, the deadline is October 25 if you want to receive a ballot by mail. You'll still be able to register to vote and cast your ballot in person at a Voter Polling and Service Center up to 7pm on the election day, Tuesday, November 2.

Not sure if you are registered to vote in Colorado? Use the state's Find My Voter Registration system.

Click here to find your Pueblo County Sample Ballot

Learn more with our Voter's Guide for the 2021 Coordinated Election

Here's where to find a Voter Service and Polling Center in Pueblo County. Days and times of operation vary by location.
Visit the Pueblo County Clerk & Recorder's site | Download the VSPC list

Voter Service and Polling Centers:

Pueblo County Election Department
720 N. Main St., Ste. 200
Pueblo, CO 81003
Monday-Friday (Oct.18 – Nov.1) 8:00A.M. - 5:00P.M.
Saturday (Oct.30) 8:00A.M. – 12:00P.M.
Tuesday (Nov.2) (Election Day) 7:00A.M. – 7:00P.M.

Colorado State University Pueblo - (Occhiato Bldg.)
2200 Bonforte Blvd.
Pueblo, CO 81001
Monday (Nov.1) 8:00A.M. - 5:00P.M.
Tuesday (Nov.2) (Election Day) 7:00A.M. – 7:00P.M.

Pueblo Community College
900 W. Orman Ave., Pueblo, CO 81004 (Ballroom)
Monday (Nov.1) 8:00A.M. - 5:00P.M.
Tuesday (Nov.2) (Election Day) 7:00A.M. – 7:00P.M.

Outdoor Drive-Up Location:
Pueblo County Courthouse - (West Side -Court St)
215 W. 10th St.
Pueblo, CO 81003
Monday (Nov.1) 8:00A.M. - 5:00P.M.
Tuesday (Nov.2) (Election Day) 7:00A.M. – 7:00P.M.


Drop Off Location:

Colorado City Metropolitan District
4497 Bent Brothers Blvd.
Colorado City, CO 81019
Monday (Nov.1) 8:00A.M. - 5:00P.M.
Tuesday (Nov.2) (Election Day) 7:00A.M. – 7:00P.M.


24 Hour Secure Outdoor Ballot Drop-Boxes:
Monday-Monday (Oct.8 – Nov.1)
Tuesday (Nov.2) (Election Day) Open until 7:00P.M.

Pueblo County Election Office - (Back of Building)
720 N. Main St.
Pueblo, CO 81003

Pueblo County Courthouse - (East Side of Courthouse)
215 W. 10th. St.
Pueblo, CO 81003

Colorado State Fair - (Outside the gate on Prairie)
950 S. Prairie Ave.
Pueblo, CO 81004

Lamb Branch Library
2525 S. Pueblo Blvd.
Pueblo, CO 81005

Pueblo Rural Fire
29912 US-50 BUS
Pueblo, CO 81006

Pueblo County Sheriff's Substation
320 E. Joe Martinez Blvd.
Pueblo West, Co 81007

Colorado State University-Pueblo
2200 Bonforte Blvd.
Pueblo, CO 81001

Pueblo Community College
900 W. Orman Ave.
Pueblo, CO 81004


El Paso County information
Teller County information
Fremont County information


Here's what you will find on your Pueblo County ballot, based on geographic location within the county:

City of Pueblo: Ballot Issue No. 2A - Revenue For Roads

Without imposing any new tax or increasing the rate of any existing tax, shall the city of Pueblo be permitted to retain and spend up to $576,609, the amount of city revenues received in fiscal year 2020 above the 2020 fiscal year revenue and spending limitations, for road repairs and improvements within the city and for fiscal year 2021 and thereafter, shall the city of Pueblo be permitted to collect, retain and spend the full amount of city revenues received from all sources, including all investment income thereon, with the city's commitment to spend a minimum of $5,000,000 annually for street maintenance and repairs and road improvements within the city, all as voter approved revenue changes and exceptions to the revenue, spending and other limitations or conditions which would otherwise apply pursuant to Article X, Section 20 of the Colorado constitution or any other law?

Colorado City Metropolitan District: Ballot Issue 6A

Without creating any new tax or increasing any property tax rates, unless seperately approved by the voters, shall Colorado City metropolitan district be authorized to collect, retain and spend all revenues it receives from all sources in fiscal year 2020 and thereafter as a voter- approved revenue change and an exception to the limits that would otherwise apply under Article X, Section 20 of the Colorado constitution, the 5.5 percent property tax revenue limitation set forth in section 29-1-301 of the Colorado revised statutes, or any other law?

Here's what you will find on the statewide ballot for amendments and propositions:

Amendment 78
Initiative #19 - Requirements for Spending Custodial Money
Requires 55% approval because it adds language to the state constitution.
Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado Constitution and a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes concerning money that the state receives, and, in connection therewith, requiring all money received by the state, including money provided to the state for a particular purpose, known as custodial money, to be subject to appropriation by the general assembly after a public hearing; repealing the authority to disburse money from the state treasury by any other means; requiring all custodial money to be deposited into the newly created custodial funds transparency fund and the earnings on those deposits to be transferred to the general fund; and allowing the state to retain and spend all custodial money and earnings and revenue on that custodial money as a voter-approved revenue change?

Proposition 119
Initiative #25 - Learning Enrichment and Academic Progress Program
Shall state taxes be increased $137,600,000 annually on retail marijuana sales by a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes concerning the creation of a program to provide out-of-school learning opportunities for Colorado children aged 5 to 17, and, in connection therewith, creating an independent state agency to administer the program for out-of-school learning opportunities chosen by parents; funding the program by increasing the retail marijuana sales tax by 5% by 2024 and reallocating a portion of the public school lands income; authorizing transfers and revenue for program funding as a voter-approved revenue change; specifying that learning opportunities include tutoring and extra instruction in subjects including reading, math, science, writing, music, and art, targeted support for children with special needs and learning disabilities, career and technical education training, and other academic or enrichment opportunities; and prioritizing program financial aid for low-income students?

Proposition 120
Initiative #27 - Property Tax Assessment Rate Reduction and Voter-Approved Revenue Change
Shall there be a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes concerning property tax reductions, and, in connection therewith, reducing property tax revenue by an estimated $1.03 billion in 2023 and by comparable amounts thereafter by reducing the residential property tax assessment rate from 7.15% to 6.5% and reducing the property tax assessment rate for all other property, excluding producing mines and lands or leaseholds producing oil or gas, from 29% to 26.4% and allowing the state to annually retain and spend up to $25 million of excess state revenue, if any, for state fiscal years 2022-23 through 2026-27 as a voter-approved revenue change to offset lost revenue resulting from the property tax rate reductions and to reimburse local governments for revenue lost due to the homestead exemptions for qualifying seniors and disabled veterans?

Click here for a further breakdown of the issues in the Blue Book

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