DENVER (AP) – Some Colorado clerks are recommending that voters drop off their ballots in person to make sure they’re counted on Election Day.

Ballots can be dropped off at county clerk offices as well as at voting centers, where people can also choose to vote in person if they wish. Some counties also have drive-through drop off locations.

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The U.S. Postal Service say ballots mailed through Saturday should still arrive in time to be counted on Tuesday.

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