Ballots for the June 28 Primary Election began mailing to eligible voters on Monday, June 6. Voters who have not yet received theirs should check their voter registration information on www.arapahoevotes.gov to make sure their information is current.
Voters have until June 20 to update their information online and still receive a ballot via US Mail. Voters who miss that deadline, lost or damaged their ballot, or have not received a mail ballot by June 20 can bring an acceptable form of ID to any Arapahoe County voter service and polling center to obtain a replacement ballot or vote in-person.
The US Postal Service urges voters to return their ballot by mail no later than Friday, June 17 to ensure it is received in time to be counted. After that date, voters should use a 24-hour drop box or return their ballot to a voter service and polling center.
Ballots must be received by the County no later than 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28 to be counted. Postmarks do not count!