Colorado is now an all mail ballot state. Voters no longer have to apply for a mail ballot to receive one.
Your Mail-in Ballot packets will contain five pieces:
- An outgoing envelope (the white envelope in which your ballot packet was mailed to you).
- A return envelope (the colored envelope you will return your ballot in. Please remember to sign the affidavit found beneath the envelope flap).
- A secrecy sleeve (the folded sleeve to place your ballot in to protect your voting privacy).
- A drop slip (this contains voting information such as ballot box locations and return postage information).
- The Ballot.
Mesa County Elections
PO Box 20,000
Grand Junction, CO 81502-5009
Voted ballots may be returned by mail or by dropping off at a ballot box. For more information, including ballot box locations, how to register online, voter eligibility, and more, please visit the Mesa County Clerk & Recorder's Elections link: Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Link.