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Ballot papers must be received no later than 19 on election day
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DENVER (KDVR) – Tuesday is Election Day, and even if it’s too late to return your ballot by mail across Colorado, you can still hand it in or choose to vote in person.
Use the search tool below to find a drop-off box or drop-off point near you.
While the vast majority of coloradans send or hand in their ballots, voting can also take place in person at a polling station. You can also find these places using the search tool above.
In Colorado, you can register to vote in person at polling stations throughout Election Day and cast your vote.
The deadline for all votes and voting is at. 19:00 on election day, November 2, 2021. Ballot papers submitted must be received by your county secretary by this time; postmarks do not count, it must actually arrive by that time. If you hand in your ballot paper, you must also do so before the deadline. And if you plan to vote in person, you must be in line no later than
For full coverage of Election 2021 from your local election headquarters, watch FOX31, Channel 2, and check out KDVR.com and the FOX31 app.
The lookup tool is provided by The voting information project, which is responsible for its content and data. For the latest and most up-to-date information, contact your local election official. Find your county election office.
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