Election day is coming up soon for the Springs. And this year will be a little different because it is the first year the general election will be done by mail-in ballot.
All of the ballots will be mailed out to registered voters by March 17. If you don't recieve one by march 25, you must contact the City Clerk. Included with the ballot will be instructions for the new format, which City Clerk, Kathryn Young says are clear cut.
Ballots must be returned with the voter's signature and birthdate on the verification envelope. All ballots are due no later than April 1, at 7 p.m.
If you still have questions about the mail-in ballot, log onto www.springsgov.com, and click on "city elections".
If you don't want to mail your ballot in, you can drop it off personally to any of these locations between 8:00am and 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday:
The City Clerk's Ooffice, Falcon Police Substation, and the Sand Creek Police Substation
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City Clerk’s Office
30 South Nevada Avenue, Suite 101
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Source: www.springsgov.com (Colorado Springs’ City Home Page) contributed to this report.
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