If you are registered to vote in Douglas County and have not obtained a ballot by Oct. 30, an in-person transaction with Elections staff at a Voter Service and Polling Center is required to help you vote in the Nov. 7 Coordinated Election.
What’s next? To obtain a ballot, replace a ballot, vote in person, or drop off a ballot visit one of four voter service and polling centers located throughout Douglas County.
If you live in Douglas County, plan to vote in the Coordinated Election and are not registered to vote, Colorado election law allows voter registration and election participation up until Election Day, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m., which you also may achieve at one of four voter service and polling centers located throughout Douglas County.
Each Voter Service and Polling Center has designated ADA parking and each is equipped with an ADA accessible voting machine and voting booth. Voters with sight impairments have the option to listen to an audio ballot and use headphones on the ADA accessible voting machines. Voters who require additional forms of assistance may bring a person of their choosing to assist them in marking their ballot or request assistance from an election judge at the Voter Service and Polling Center.
Know the Ballot Deadline. As Election Day approaches and you want to participate, be aware of the ballot delivery deadline. Your ballot must be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day. A postmark of Nov. 7 is not valid as the received date. Your ballot must have been placed in a designated ballot box by 7 p.m. on Election Day or you must be in line at a designated ballot box location or a designated Voter Service and Polling Center no later than the close of polls (7 p.m.) on Election Day, Nov 7.
Visit the Douglas County ballot information web page to review a sample composite ballot for all items on Douglas County ballots. Additional information about the ballot will be added to the ballot information web page as it becomes available.
Have you already cast your ballot? Visit DouglasVotes.com check the status of your mail ballot and more. For additional questions or assistance you may also contact the Douglas County Elections Office at 303-660-7444.
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