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Where You Can Drop Off Your 2020 Elections Vote-By-Mail Ballot In Denver

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Where You Can Drop Off Your 2020 Elections Vote-By-Mail Ballot In Denver

Ballots have been sent out… now it’s time to vote!

So you’ve decided to vote by mail in Denver for the 2020 elections — fantastic! You may have already received your ballot in the mail since counties started mailing them out on October 9. To complete the voting process, it’s time to fill out the ballot and send it in.

(If you haven’t received your ballot yet, check here to confirm that your registration is current. You have up to October 26 to register to vote or update your registration and still receive a ballot in the mail.) 

The process is simple: once you have your ballot in hand, all you have to do is complete it, sign it, and then submit it by either sending it by mail or dropping it off at one of the official drop boxes scattered throughout Denver. 

You have until 7 pm on Tuesday, November 3 to get your ballot into one of the official drop boxes. If sending it by mail, it is suggested to send it by October 26 to make sure it is received in time. 

But where are the official drop boxes in Denver? To make sure you’re informed of where you can drop off your ballot, we’ve compiled a list of official ballot drop boxes.

Official Ballot Drop Boxes in Denver

Athmar Recreation Center

2680 W. Mexico Ave

Barnum Recreation Center

360 N Hooker St

Bear Valley Branch Library

5171 W Dartmouth Ave

Blair-Caldwell Library

2401 Welton St

Carla Madison Recreation Center

2401 E Colfax Ave 

Central Park Recreation Center

9651 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd 

Cook Park Recreation Center

7100 Cherry Creek South Dr

Denver Botanic Gardens

1007 N York St 

Denver Elections Division

200 W 14th Ave

Denver Human Services 

1200 N Federal Blvd

Denver Museum of Nature & Science

2001 N Colorado Blvd

Denver Police Department District 1

1311 W 46th Ave

Denver Police Department District 3

1625 S University Blvd

Eisenhower Recreation Center

4300 E Dartmouth Ave

Emily Griffith Technical College

1860 Lincoln St

Glendale City Hall

950 S Birch St, Glendale

Green Valley Ranch Recreation Center

4890 N Argonne Way

Harvey Park Recreation Center

2120 S Tennyson Way

Hiawatha Davis Jr Recreation Center

3334 N Holly St 

Highland Recreation Center

2880 N Osceola St

La Familia Recreation Center

65 S Elati St

Montbello Branch Library

12955 Albrook Dr

Montbello Recreation Center

15555 E 53rd Ave

Montclair Recreation Center

729 N Ulster Way

Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales Branch Library

1498 N Irving St 

Ross – Cherry Creek Branch Library

305 N Milwaukee St

RTD – I-25 and Broadway Station 

901 S Broadway

RTD – Light Rail at Union Station

1601 Chestnut Pl 

RTD – Southmoor Station 

3737 S Monaco Street Pkwy

Scheitler Recreation Center

5031 W 46th Ave 

Southwest Recreation Center

9200 W Saratoga Pl

Stapleton MCA Administrative Offices

8351 Northfield Blvd

Swansea Recreation Center

2650 E 49th Ave

Tivoli Student Center Auraria Campus

900 Auraria Pkwy

Washington Park Recreation Center

701 S Franklin St 

Wellington Webb Municipal Building

201 W Colfax Ave

Westwood Community Center / SWIC

1000 S Lowell Blvd

Windsor Gardens

595 S Clinton St

If you end up not being able to mail in your vote before the deadline, you can always go vote in person up to 7 pm on Election Day. There is also a curbside ballot pick-up service available in Denver to make the voting process even easier.

Regardless of whether you choose to vote by mail or in-person, it is important to make sure you get your vote in (the earlier, the better!) as it allows your voice to be heard.

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