Tuesday is the last day to get ballots in the mail; find list of dropoff locations here
October 30, 2017
For those still holding onto their ballots, today will be the last day you can safely mail them back to the Weld County Clerk and Recorder's Office.
So far, 11,368 ballots have been returned, slightly below the pace of the last coordinated election, in 2015, when 13,043 ballots had been returned by the same point, according to data provided by Weld County Clerk and Recorder Carly Koppes.
As a point of reference, Koppes' crew sent out 168,381 ballots in mid-October.
Koppes encourages everyone to fill out their ballots and return them.
"Like I have said, the local elections have the most direct impact on your everyday lives," Koppes said.
If you won't be able to stick those ballots in the mail today, there are a host of in-person drop-off locations throughout the county:
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If you've moved (within the county) and want to receive a ballot, there's still time. You can update your registration online at http://www.govotecolorado.com Monday and still receive a ballot for this election. Plus, with same-day registration, you can update your address until 7 p.m. on Election Day to make sure you are voting on the correct items. You'll want to do that in person if you haven't updated your address by Monday. Here's where you go:
Weld County Training Center, 1104 H St. in Greeley; Southwest Weld County Services Complex, 4209 Weld County Road 24.5 in Longmont (Del Camino); Fort Lupton Recreation Center, 203 Harrison Ave. in Fort Lupton.
Voters can do everything except vote in person at the Weld County Election Office, 1400 North 17th Ave. in Greeley.
— Tyler Silvy covers government and politics for The Greeley Tribune. Reach him at email@example.com. Connect with him at Facebook.com/TylerSilvy or @TylerSilvy on Twitter.