It's very important that you exercise your right to vote. There are a lot of issues in our country,
in our city and state, that, that require your voice. So your ballot's actually going to start
being mailed, uh, beginning October 9th. And that gives you all the way to the last day to vote
on November 3rd, 7 p.m to be able to cast your ballot. So there are different ways that you can
actually cast your ballot. One is by mail. One is by bringing them back to one of our 38, 24-hour,
boxes located throughout the City and County of Denver. And the other way is to use one of our
drive up ballot drop-offs. Starting October 12th, we're actually going to be able to do curbside
ballot service and curbside ballot pickup. And all you got to do is contact us. Call ahead
if you come in person. Depending on when you come, you do have the ability to come get a takeaway
mail ballot. You also have the ability to vote a flat paper ballot in one of our privacy booths.
Or if a voter is experiencing disability we also have accessible ballot marking tablets available
in all of our voter centers. Obviously coming into a vote center is a little different
nowadays because of the social distancing, and because of the pandemic. If you do have to come
in person to cast your vote we have all kinds of protections in place.
We will have plexiglass, or glass shields, between the election judges and the voters
every single pen, every single voting tablet, everything that may come into contact with a
person is actually sanitized between each voter. Denver is also under section 203 of the United
States voting rights act so all of our materials are presented bilingually in English and Spanish.
Know that it is safe, that is secure, it's transparent, and it's so easy to be able to vote.