Tuesday, October 14, 2014

2014 General Election Ballots Mailed Week of October 13th

Ballots for the 2014 General Election will be sent to all active registered voters in Mesa County the week of October 13th. The ballot must be received by the Election officials by 7 P.M. on November 4th, Election Day. A postmark does not count.

Clerk and Recorder, Sheila Reiner stated, “Our Elections team is ready and excited to deliver another quality election to our community. Colorado has one of the most advanced election models in the nation, balancing voter access with security.”

There are three ways to return your ballot:
  • By mail. Use proper First-Class postage and drop in mailbox, leave for your carrier, or take to a Post Office. Mail early enough for the ballot to return to the Elections office by Nov. 4. Postmarks do not count. The ballot in Mesa County requires one first class stamp.
  • In person at one of the Voter Service and Polling Centers by 7 P.M. on Nov. 4.
  • Deposit in one of the 24-7 Ballot Drop-Off Boxes by 7 P.M., Nov. 4. 

Go to vote.mesacounty.us for locations of Voter Service and Polling Centers and Ballot Drop Boxes.

Go to MyColoradoVote.com to track receipt of your ballot by the Elections office. 

If you haven’t received your ballot by Monday, October 20th, contact the County Clerk and Recorder, Elections office at 244-1662.

The Postal Service encourages all ballots be returned early and with proper postage.

“The Postal Service has a long history in communications, democracy, and the very fabric of our nation,” said David Rupert from the Colorado Postal Communications Office. “We are honored to be part of this process.”
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