DENVER (CBS4) – Monday was the first day Coloradans could vote early and last Monday was when mail-in ballots went out. But there are things to remember when either voting in person or through the mail.

With the election being two weeks away, many voters are taking advantage of early voting. If you’ve requested a mail-in ballot and did not vote in the November 2010 general election, you were automatically removed from the mail ballot list. Also, keep in mind ballots are not forwarded. You need to make sure your address is up to date.

For other questions and answers CBS4’s Gloria Neal talked with Alton Dillard with the Clerk and Recorders Office for Denver. Watch the interview in the video below:

Voting Information

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