DENVER (CBS4) – Time is running out to vote in the November election.
It’s a mail-in election, so at this point, voters must hand-deliver ballots to make sure their vote counts.
This year Denver is making it even easier to vote.
“One of the things that’s changed is that we have eight drop-off locations,” Alton Dillard with the Denver Clerk and Recorder’s Office said. “The big convenience for the voter is that all eight offer drive-through … so people don’t even have to leave their cars to come vote.”
Ballots are due by 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Watch the results come in on CBS4. They will scroll on the bottom of the screen. There will also be results posted in a special section of CBSDenver.com.