DENVER (AP/CBS4) – Voting centers are now open across Colorado, allowing voters to cast ballots in person or drop off their mail-in ballots for this fall’s election.
Voters can also still just put their mail-in ballot in the mail with extra postage.
U.S. Sen. Mark Udall mailed his ballot on Monday in Denver before joining Denver Mayor Michael Hancock at a voting center in the city.
A national tour of a Catholic social justice group called Nuns on Bus is stopping in Denver Monday to encourage people to vote. Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez’s running mate, Jill Repella, will host a get-out-the-vote rally in Aurora at 6:30 p.m.
On Tuesday, Hillary Rodham Clinton will attend a voting rally in Aurora ahead of a visit by Michelle Obama Thursday.
Those who haven’t received a mail-in ballot should check GoVoteColorado.com to make sure their information is correct. Mail-in ballots take 70 cents postage. People who want to vote in person can go to any polling station or voter center. They will need to show a valid ID.
As of Friday nearly 28,000 Coloradans had already cast their ballots.
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