Presidential primary ballots due by March 3

Registered Democrats, Republicans eligible to vote for their party's primary; unaffiliated voters may choose which to vote in

Staff report
Posted 2/17/20

Voters registered as Democrat, Republican or unaffiliated are eligibile to vote in this year's presidential primary election. Ballots must be returned by 7 p.m. March 3. Registered Democratic and …

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Presidential primary ballots due by March 3

Registered Democrats, Republicans eligible to vote for their party's primary; unaffiliated voters may choose which to vote in

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Voters registered as Democrat, Republican or unaffiliated are eligibile to vote in this year's presidential primary election. Ballots must be returned by 7 p.m. March 3.

Registered Democratic and Republican voters should have received one mail ballot for their party's presidential primary election. Unaffiliated voters should have received two ballots, one from each party, but are allowed to return only one ballot.

Voters affiliated with a minor party did not receive a presidential primary ballot because there are no minor party contests.

Ballots were mailed the week of Feb. 10. Those who have not received one by Feb. 19 are asked to contacct the Douglas County Elections office at 303-660-7444, or they can visit a voter service and polling center starting Feb. 24.

Ballot drop boxes are open through 7 p.m. on Election Day, March 3. The voting service and polling centers will open Feb. 24, and residents can go to these centers to register to vote, update their registration, replace a ballot, vote in person, drop off their ballot, or use an ADA-accessible voting machine.

Residents who would like to vote but are not yet registered have until Feb. 24 to register online, or they can register through Election Day in person at one of the polling centers. Those who are 17 by the primary election and will turn 18 by the Nov. 3 general election are also eligible to vote in the presidential primary.

For information, to register and to find a ballot box or polling center near you, go to DouglasVotes.com or contact the Douglas County Elections office at 303-660-7444 or stop by the office at 125 Stephanie Place, Castle Rock, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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