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Check Your Voter Registration


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From a press release:

Boulder County Elections Division encourages all voters to confirm their voter registration

Boulder County, Colo. — Boulder County Elections Division encourages all voters to periodically check their voter registration. Because all active registered voters automatically receive a ballot in the mail, it is important that individuals ensure their voter registration is up-to-date in advance of an election – especially if they have recently moved, provided an alternative mailing address in the past, or have not voted in several years.

Boulder County residents can check their voter registration information at: www.BoulderCountyVotes.org.

The 2015 Coordinated Election will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 3, and voting begins when active registered voters receive their ballots the week of Oct. 12. Ballots are not forwarded by the US Postal Service.

Key Dates for the 2015 Coordinated Election:

October 13

  • Ballots begin to arrive in mailboxes.
  • Voter services available at Boulder County Clerk & Recorder’s Office in Boulder.
  • All 24-hour Ballot Drop Boxes open.

October 26

  • Voter Service and Polling Centers open.
  • Last day to register and still receive a ballot in the mail.

October 30

  • Drive-by Ballot Drop-off locations open.

November 3 Coordinated Election

  • Ballot drop-off and voting services available 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. to be counted.
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