Parking lot polling

Staff Report
Posted 6/26/18

Voters have several hours left on June 26 to get their ballots dropped off for Colorado primary election.

The polling places -- including Adams County's seven voter service center and the 21 …

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Parking lot polling

Scott Phillips of Thornton drops off his primary election ballot at the Adams County Economic Development Office Vote Center in Westminster on June 26. The service centers, including the Thornton Civic Center and the Westminster Motor Vehicle office as well as numerous drop-off locations throughout the state, will accept ballots until 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Scott Phillips of Thornton drops off his primary election ballot at the Adams County Economic Development Office Vote Center in Westminster on June 26. The service centers, including the Thornton Civic Center and the Westminster Motor Vehicle office as well as numerous drop-off locations throughout the state, will accept ballots until 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Stefan Brodsky
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Voters have several hours left on June 26 to get their ballots dropped off for Colorado primary election.

The polling places -- including Adams County's seven voter service center and the 21 parking lot ballot drop boxes -- will accept ballots until 7 p.m. Ballots from any county can be dropped off in any box and they will be delivered to the correct jurisdiction for counting.

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