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Voting has begun! Thankfully there are many methods to vote here in Colorado.

By mail:

  • Complete your ballot and send it back to the county clerk by mail. You will need $0.65 in postage for it to be delivered. It must be received by the county clerk on or before November 6th, 2012 (postmarks do not apply).
  • Complete your ballot and drop it off at any of the designated sites throughout Adams County. Locate your nearest ballot site here.

In person:

  • You can cast your ballot early at any of the designated early voting sites in Adams County. Early voting begins Monday, October 22nd and extends until November 2nd. Hours of operation are 7am-5pm, Monday through Friday, and 9am-3pm on Saturday. Locate your nearest early voting site here.
  • You can cast your ballot on Election Day at any of the designated vote centers in Adams County. Election Day is Tuesday, November 6th. The polls will be open from 7am until 7pm. You can find your nearest vote center for Election Day voting here.

In addition to the political races on the ballot, you will see questions related to judicial retention and amendments to our state constitution.

The Colorado Office for Judicial Performance Evaluation conducts a nonpartisan evaluation of judges and they compile information on each judge for the review of voters. You can find more information about the judges up for retention in Adams County here.

The Legislative Council also creates an impartial Blue Book of voter information regarding proposed constitutional amendments. They compare the arguments of those in favor of and those against each measure. You can download a copy of the voter blue book here.

As always, please do not hesitate to contact me by phone or email if you have any questions or if you need any additional information to prepare your ballot.

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