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September 20, 2019

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Boulder County Elections Division seeks input on Voter Service Center locations for 2020

Boulder County will have up to 18 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.


Boulder County, Colo. – The Boulder County Elections Division is conducting outreach to ask residents where they believe Voter Service and Polling Centers should be located, as well as feedback on several other voter-related questions.

To capture public input and comment, the Elections Division has designed an online survey. Survey collection will take place through Sunday, October 6, 2019:

  • What: Elections survey
  • When: Input taken now through Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019
  • Who: Boulder County residents
  • Where: boco.org/2020ElectionSurvey

While the November 2020 General Election is more than a year away, the Boulder County Clerk & Recorder’s office is preparing now for a successful election.

Under Colorado law, a mail ballot will be automatically sent to all active Colorado voters. Boulder County must also open Voter Service and Polling Centers to provide in-person services for voters. 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 up to 18 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.

Boulder County Elections is working now to identify up to three new Voter Service Centers for 2020 and are reviewing our most recently used facilities.

For additional information on elections in Boulder County, visit www.BoulderCountyVotes.org.