El Paso County Elections Colorado

 

Mail Envelope
Voter at VSPC

24-hour Drop Boxes

There are fifteen 24-hour drop boxes evenly distributed throughout the county. Six of these are drive-up so you can conveniently deposit your ballot without leaving your vehicle. 


Return your ballot day or night!

Mail
Don’t want to drive? To return your ballot by mail, adequate postage should be $0.68. Postmarks do not count! Your ballot must be received by the Clerk’s Office by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. We recommend that you do not mail your ballot after the Wednesday before Election Day.

Voter Service and Polling Center A ballot also can be returned at any Voter Service and Polling Center during the hours that the center is open. Some Voter Service and Polling Centers have a 24-hour drop box outside, so click on a location tab in the map to see all that the site has to offer.

Returning your ballot early in El Paso County has never been easier!  You have three easy options to return your ballot: 24-hour drop boxes (six are drive-up), mail, or at a Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC).  Use the map and chart above to find the nearest drop-box or VSPC to you! Please recognize that some locations have both a 24-hour drop box and a VSPC so make sure you click on a location tab in the map to see all that the site has to offer.


Whatever method you use, your ballot must be received by the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder’s Office by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Ballot Drop Box

Photo Credit: Colorado Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau

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The next election in El Paso County will be the General Election on November 8, 2016.


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