Here are some fast facts about this year’s election.
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Ballots go into the mail starting Oct. 8 for this year's local elections across Colorado. Here are some fast facts about this year’s election, which ends Nov. 2.
• Oct. 8: Ballots start going into the mail.• Nov. 2: Last day to vote. Voting ends at 7 p.m. Mail ballots must be received by the county clerk by 7 p.m. in order to be counted.• Nov. 10: Last day for ballots cast by military and overseas voters to be received by the county clerk in order to be counted.
Find in-person voting sites and ballot drop-off locations in your county, register to vote or check your registration status, track your ballot and more.
• Adams County: adamsvotes.com• Arapahoe County: arapahoevotes.com• Clear Creek County: clearcreekcounty.us/104/Clerk-Recorder• Denver County: denvervotes.com• Douglas County: douglasvotes.com• Elbert County: elbertcounty-co.gov/290/Elections• Jefferson County: jeffco.us/elections• Weld County: weldvotes.com
You can also perform many of these functions at the state election site.
Call the Colorado Secretary of State’s office at 303-894-2200 or your county clerk’s office.
After the polls close Nov. 2, this newspaper will report election results online at ColoradoCommunityMedia.com as soon as they are available and in print the following week.
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