The Denver Elections Division is seeking public comment from voters regarding potential locations for Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPC) and 24-hour Drop Box locations for the upcoming March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Election. Voter Service and Polling Centers allow voters to register to vote, cast a ballot, receive a replacement ballot, or receive any other election-related service.
Denver Elections will take public comment regarding locations for Voter Service and Polling Centers and 24-hour Drop Box locations through October 21. Comments and suggestions may be submitted online at DenverVotes.org by hovering over Voter Information then clicking Public Comment.
The Denver Elections Division will also take comments by phone at 311, on Facebook at Denver Elections, on Twitter @DenverElections, @DenverElections , use hashtag #DenverVotes, or by delivering written comments to the Denver Elections Division at 200 W. 14th Ave. Suite 100, Denver CO 80204.
A map of proposed locations is available at DenverVotes.org.
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