Mesa County Elections is setting up a mock service center on Oct. 12 and 13 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. in preparation for the Coordinated Election. The public is encouraged to stop by and see the new voting equipment and ask any questions they may have about the elections process.
"I hope that the citizens of Mesa County will join us to learn about the election process and new equipment being used in their elections office,” said Sheila Reiner, Mesa County’s Clerk and Recorder. “This is the taxpayers' system, and we’re very excited to showcase the tablet-based format we’re piloting for the state and how it allows voters to customize their in-person voting experience like never before."
The voter service and polling centers (or VSPCs) are set to open on Oct. 26 and will be open through Election Day (November 3) for voters to drop off their mail-in ballots or cast their votes in person. Each of the service centers will have ADA-approved voting equipment available for disabled or impaired voters to cast their votes independently. That equipment will also be available for testing at the mock service center.
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