Recreation centers, schools, churches and other facilities provide Election Day option for voters
(Denver) – Voters who choose to cast their vote in person on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6, will be able to do so at an assigned polling place. Information cards containing the voter’s polling place location will be mailed to all registered electors in early October.
149 polling places will be used for the General Election and will be located strategically throughout the City and County of Denver.
"Even though mail-in voting and early voting are increasing in popularity, by law we have polling places for an even-year General Election," Clerk and Recorder Debra Johnson said. "There are still a lot of voters that value the voting on Election Day experience. We want to make sure that we provide that experience and make it as convenient as possible for people to vote on Election Day."
All polling places will have paper ballots and privacy voting booths available, and at least one electronic voting machine for anyone who chooses to use it.
To see a map of Denver’s polling places, please visit DenverVotes.org.