(CBS4) – The Colorado Secretary of State’s Office released guidance for voters who are displaced by numerous wildfires in the state. Evacuees can pick up a replacement ballot at many voter service and polling centers.
The last day to request a ballot be mailed to you is Oct. 26.READ MORE: Jefferson County Sheriff's Deputies Determine Suspicious Package At Clement Park Not A Threat
“In addition, first responders working to combat fires, as well as voters who have been displaced by a fire can receive and return an emergency replacement ballot electronically, using Colorado’s electronic ballot delivery system,” Secretary of State Jena Griswold stated.
Our hearts go out to all the Coloradans impacted by the wildfires throughout the state. If you are a voter displaced by the fires, here is information to ensure you can still cast a ballot in the Nov. 3 General Election https://t.co/I8SIzxlC4lREAD MORE: Jefferson County Parents, Students Protest Against Masks Policy For Schools
— Colorado Sec. of State (@COSecofState) October 23, 2020
Monday, Oct. 26, is also the last day voters can send their ballot in the mail via U.S.P.S. Voters can drop off their ballot at a dropbox or VSPC.MORE NEWS: COVID In Denver: Businesses Consider Proof Of Vaccination Status