In Colorado, you can vote both with a mail-in ballot, which you should have already received, or in person.
Starting today in all of Colorado’s 64 counties, you can vote in person at “Voter Service and Polling Centers,” which will be open through Election Day. (find one near you here),
If you vote in person, you must provide identification, but it need not be a state-issued license or ID card. A utility bill, bank statement, or other document with your name and address will do the trick.
It’s critical to allow a wide variety of identification documents, say voter advocates, because many citizens do not have official identification cards, for a variety of reasons, often relating to age or income level.
In addition to dropping ballots at these locations, you can also register to vote and drop off your mail-in ballot.
At the GoVoteColorado website, run by Colorado’s Secretary of State, you can also find other locations for dropping off your mail-in ballot. You cannot vote in person at all the locations that have been set up around the state to collect mail-in ballots.
Most of Colorado’s 3.2 million active voters cast a ballot by mail, according to the secretary of state’s office.
The voting period for in-person and mail-in ballots ends at 7 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 6.