Convenient drive-through ballot drop-off expanded
(Denver) – Mail ballots will start arriving in Denver mailboxes on October 13. The November 1 Coordinated Election is an all-mail election so ballots will be sent to all eligible voters, including active voters and inactive-failed-to-vote voters. Ballots will be mailed in batches, with the first batch going out tomorrow, and another batch going out on Friday.
Voted ballots can be returned by mail or in person. The return postage is 64 cents. Voters who choose to drop their ballots off in person can bring them to any one of eight conveniently located Voter Service Centers across the city. All eight of these locations will offer drive-through drop-off lanes. Information on Voter Service Center and drive-through locations, dates, and hours of operation can be found on the instruction sheet in the voter’s mail ballot packet, at www.DenverVotes.org, or by calling 311. Sample ballots are available on the Elections Division website, www.DenverVotes.org.
Voters should make sure to deposit their voted ballots in an attended red ballot box only. Ballots should never be dropped off at any unsecured location or outside of the posted hours of operation.
For more information call 311 or visit us online at www.DenverVotes.org.