The 2012 General Election in the City and County of Denver provided voters with a choice of three different ways to vote:
Vote by Mail
Voters who requested to receive a ballot by mail received a mail-in ballot for the November General Election. Addresses had to be current in order to receive a mail ballot. Ballots were not forwarded. If a voter did not vote in the November 2010 General Election, they were automatically removed from the mail ballot list. (Voters can check their status, update an address or request a mail ballot, by going to www.GoVoteColorado.com.) Voters were also able to drop off their mail ballot at any Voter Service Center, 24-hour ballot drop box or Election Day polling place.
Voters were able to vote early in the two weeks prior to Election Day at any of 13 Voter Service Centers across the city. They were also able to drop off a mail ballot, request a replacement for a lost or spoiled ballot, or emergency register. Early voting began Monday, October 22 and ended Friday, November 2.
Vote on Election Day
Denver had 149 polling places across the city on Election Day. Voter Information Cards were mailed to each voter with information regarding assigned polling places. On Election Day, voters were also able to drop off a mail ballot at any polling place.