Vote-by-mail ballots for the 2015 Coordinated Election will be sent to all registered voters in Mesa County this week.
"Voters can look forward to receiving and voting their ballots within the next week,” said County Clerk Sheila Reiner. “We’d like to remind everyone that it is against the law to sign a ballot for another person. After voting your ballot, please take a moment to ensure you are signing the ballot envelope that was sent to you and not a spouse’s or family member’s.”
Once their ballot has been received, voters have three options to vote:
· By mail:
o Use proper First-Class postage and drop the ballot in the mailbox, leave it for your carrier or take to a Post Office. We recommend that voters mail their ballots early enough for it to be returned to the Elections office by Nov. 3. Postmarks do not count.
· Drop box:
o Deposit your mail ballot into one of the 24-hour drop-off boxes by 7 p.m. on Nov. 3.
· In person:
o Visit one of the Voter Service and Polling Centers from Oct. 26 until 7 p.m. on Nov. 3.