Your election guide
Voting ends a 7 p.m. today for this fall’s election, which includes several significant issues in our region. Ballots have been mailed to all registered voters.
You can register to vote as long as polls are open at locations listed below.
LINKS TO PI COVERAGE
• The Roaring Fork School District’s $122 million bond proposal. (See accompanying box of separate links.)
• RFSD’s contested board seat.
• Garfield County RE-2’s contested board seat.
• Carbondale & Rural Fire Protection District’s tax levy proposal.
• Proposition BB, to allow the state to keep taxes collected on recreational marijuana.
SIGN YOUR NAME on the back of the official return envelope in the designated place before sealing the envelope. If you do not sign, your vote won’t be counted.
VOTER CENTERS — You may register to vote through Election Day, change your address, receive a new ballot or replacement ballot, drop off completed ballots or choose to vote on an accessible electronic voting machine at these locations:
• Garfield County Clerk and Recorder Office in Glenwood Springs, Suite 200 of the county courthouse at Eighth Street and Colorado Avenue, and the branch office at 144 E. 3rd St. in Rifle. Both offices are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today.
• Town halls in Carbondale, New Castle, Silt and Parachute are standalone drop-off sites for voted ballots.
• On Election Day, Voter Service and Polling Centers will be available from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Carbondale Town Hall, Glenwood Springs Community Center, New Castle Branch Library, Silt Branch Library and Parachute Branch Library.
• There is a 24/7 ballot drop box available in Glenwood Springs on the Eighth Street curb near the original south entrance to the county courthouse. Voters may also drop off ballots inside the east entrance of the courthouse between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., or the clerk’s office in Suite 200 until 7 p.m.
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