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Subject: RELEASE:Coloradans Encouraged to Return Ballots By Drop Box to Ensure Receipt by Election D

Sarah Mooney  | Published on 6/23/2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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June 22, 2020


Coloradans Encouraged to Return Ballots By Drop Box to Ensure Receipt by Election Day; Early, In-Person Voting Starts Today
Ballots Returned by Mail after June 22 May Not Arrive by June 30 Election Day Deadline
DENVER, Colo.- Beginning today, June 22, Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold encourages Coloradans to return their statewide primary ballot by drop box rather than through the mail. In Colorado, ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day to be counted. Ballots mailed after today may not arrive by the June 30 Election Day deadline. Voters are encouraged to drop their ballot off at the nearest 24-hour drop box to help ensure they are received in time to be counted.
Today also marks the start of early, in-person voting at Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPCs). Voters are encouraged to submit the ballot they

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