DENVER – The November election is less than a month away and ballots are now arriving in mailboxes around Colorado.
Elections offices started mailing ballots on Monday, Oct. 15. The last day for ballots to go out is Friday, Oct. 19.
We're lucky to not have to wait until #ElectionDay to vote. Mail in ballots drop today.📬 Review and do your research on the issues, then turn your ballots in ASAP. 🗳️I'm sure @DenverElections will appreciate it. #DenverVotes #GOTV #VoteEarly https://t.co/CwX9Rtx92U
— Michael B. Hancock (@MayorHancock) October 15, 2018
Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 6 and ballots must be received by 7 p.m. MT that day in order to be counted. Ballots mailed on or after Nov. 6 will not be counted, except those from military and overseas voters.
Coloradans can register to vote on any day up to and including Election Day but if you register after Oct. 29, you’ll have to visit your local elections office or polling place to pick up a ballot, as it will be too late to send one in the mail.
For more information on the election or voting, visit the Colorado Secretary of State's website here.