Election 2021: How to vote at a glance

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Ballots go into the mail starting Oct. 8 for this year's local elections across Colorado. Here are some fast facts about this year’s election, which ends Nov. 2.

Key dates:

• Oct. 8: Ballots start going into the mail.
• Nov. 2: Last day to vote. Voting ends at 7 p.m. Mail ballots must be received by the county clerk by 7 p.m. in order to be counted.
• Nov. 10: Last day for ballots cast by military and overseas voters to be received by the county clerk in order to be counted.

County election websites:

Find in-person voting sites and ballot drop-off locations in your county, register to vote or check your registration status, track your ballot and more.

• Adams County: adamsvotes.com
• Arapahoe County: arapahoevotes.com
• Clear Creek County: clearcreekcounty.us/104/Clerk-Recorder
• Denver County: denvervotes.com
• Douglas County: douglasvotes.com
• Elbert County: elbertcounty-co.gov/290/Elections
• Jefferson County: jeffco.us/elections
• Weld County: weldvotes.com

State election website:

You can also perform many of these functions at the state election site.

GoVoteColorado.com

No internet?

Call the Colorado Secretary of State’s office at 303-894-2200 or your county clerk’s office.

Election results:

After the polls close Nov. 2, this newspaper will report election results online at ColoradoCommunityMedia.com as soon as they are available and in print the following week.

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