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Presidential Primary ballots are in the mail

And a ballot drop box is already located near you.

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Registered Democratic, Republican or unaffiliated voters — be on the watch for your Presidential Primary ballots in your mailbox. Ballots are being mailed the week of Feb. 10, 2020.

What ballot(s) should I expect to receive? Registered Democratic or Republican voters will receive one mail ballot for that party’s Presidential Primary Election. Unaffiliated voters will receive TWO mail ballots (one Democratic and one Republican) but may return ONLY ONE. Voters affiliated with a minor party will not receive a Presidential Primary ballot as there are no minor party contests. Visit DouglasVotes.com and read the 2020 Presidential Primary Election Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

If you have not received your expected ballot(s) at the address associated with your voter registration by Feb. 19, contact the Douglas County Elections office at 303-660-7444, or visit a Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC) for assistance beginning Feb. 24.

What’s on the ballot? Visit the Douglas County ballot information page to review sample composite ballots for all items on Douglas County ballots.  

Vote Early. Near You. Ballot drop boxes are open now through 7 p.m. on Election Day, March 3, 2020. Deliver your ballot for free using one of the convenient ballot drop box locations countywide.

Will you turn 18 by the Nov. 3, 2020, General Election? Seventeen-year-olds who meet this criteria are able to vote in the Presidential Primary Election. Those who are pre-registered as Democratic, Republican or unaffiliated voters will receive their ballot(s) by mail. Visit the 2020 Presidential Primary Election FAQ for more information.

Not registered to vote but want to be? Colorado election law allows voter registration up to and on Election Day. If you live in Douglas County, plan to vote in the Presidential Primary Election and are not registered to vote, do so at DouglasVotes.com through Feb. 24 to receive a ballot by mail — after that time you will need to visit a VSPC.

Voter Service and Polling Centers. Douglas County VSPC’s open Monday, Feb. 24. At a VSPC you may register to vote, update your voter registration, replace a ballot, vote in person, drop off a voted ballot or use an ADA-accessible voting machine. Visit DouglasVotes.com for VSPC locations and operating hours.

When is the last possible day to vote? Know your ballot deadline. No matter how you deliver it, your ballot must be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day.

Have questions or need assistance? Please visit DouglasVotes.com or contact the Douglas County Elections office by phone at 303-660-7444, or by visiting 125 Stephanie Place, in Castle Rock, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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