Voters will have a new option for returning their ballots
(Denver) – Mail ballots will start arriving in Denver mailboxes this week. The June 26 Primary Election is an all mail ballot election, so ballots are automatically sent to all active and inactive-failed to vote voters who are affiliated with the American Constitution, Democratic, or Republican parties.
Voted ballots can be returned by mail or in person. The return postage is 65 cents. Voters who choose to return their ballots in person can bring them to any one of 13 conveniently located Voter Service Centers across the city. Twelve of these locations will offer drive-through drop-off ballot service.
For the first time, Denver voters will also have the added convenience of being able to drop off their ballots 24 hours a day, seven days a week at seven locations throughout the City and County of Denver. The secure ballot boxes are continuously monitored by video surveillance.
Information on service center dates and hours of operation, drive-through locations, and secure 24 hour ballot box locations can be found on the instruction sheet in the voter’s mail ballot packet, or at www.DenverVotes.org, or by calling 311. Sample ballots are available on the Elections Division website, www.DenverVotes.org.
Ballots should never be left at any unsecured location or outside of the posted hours of operation at Voter Service Centers.
For more information call 311 or visit us online at www.DenverVotes.org.