Final day for voting today — what you need to know |

Final day for voting today — what you need to know

voter service & polling centers

Glenwood Springs

Garfield County Clerk’s Office

Garfield County Courthouse

109 8th St., Suite 200

Glenwood Springs Community Center

100 Wulfsohn Road


Garfield County Clerk’s Office

144 E. Third St.

Garfield County Department of Health and Human Services

195 W. 14th St.


Carbondale Town Hall

511 Colorado Ave.

Silt Branch Library

680 Home Ave.

Parachute Branch Library

244 Grand Valley Way

New Castle Branch Library

402 Main St.

Tuesday, Nov. 4 is Election Day, and the last day to cast ballots in contested races for county, state and federal offices, as well as to decide on Colorado judicial retentions and a variety of state and local ballot questions.

In Garfield County, ballots can be dropped off at any of the several official Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPCs) throughout the day, starting at 7 a.m. and continuing until 7 p.m.

Ballots do not need to be cast within a voter’s precinct on Election Day, as was the case in past elections. All ballots must be returned by 7 p.m. when polls officially close.

Registered voters in the county should have received a ballot in the mail prior to the election. If not, under recent new state legislation, eligible voters can still register or make changes to their registration information in order to obtain a ballot at VSPCs on Election Day.

See the accompanying list of Garfield County VSPC and Election Day ballot drop-off locations.

As of mid-afternoon Monday, a total of 12,852 ballots had been returned and verified in Garfield County, with another 1,200-1,500 ballots still to be processed, according to Pam Bunn, elections supervisor for Garfield County Clerk Jean Alberico.

That represents more than 50 percent of the ballots distributed to registered voters in the county this election.

For a guide to races and issues on your ballot, click here.

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