Boulder County Elections Division seeks resident input for 2016 Presidential/General Election

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Boulder County, Colo. –The Boulder County Elections Division is conducting outreach to ask local voters where they believe Voter Service and Polling Centers should be located, as well as where to place any additional 24-hour mail ballot drop boxes.


To capture resident input, the Elections Division has designed an online survey. Survey collection will take place through Monday, May 11:


What: Online resident input survey

When: Input taken now through Monday, May 11, 2015

Who: Boulder County voters



In order to plan for a successful November 2016 Presidential/General Election, the Boulder County Elections Division needs to begin securing locations and planning election logistics now.


While all Colorado voters receive a ballot in the mail, it is still vitally important to have centrally located Voter Service and Polling Center locations for voters who either need to vote in person with special equipment or simply prefer to cast their ballot in person.


Voter Service and Polling Centers are places residents can drop off a mail ballot, cast a ballot in person, request a replacement ballot, register to vote or update registration information, or vote using equipment for persons with disabilities. Boulder County will have 16 Voter Service and Polling Centers open throughout the county on Election Day with some of those locations opening as early as two weeks before Election Day.
For additional information on elections in Boulder County, visit   

Mircalla Wozniak
Communications Specialist
Boulder County Clerk and Recorder’s Office
Office: 303-413-7766

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