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HELP TOM WIN

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vote for tom in the upcoming democratic primary election on June 25, 2024

Make a plan to vote the Democratic Primary ballot, arriving in your mailboxes June 8-10, 2024!

Whether you are a Democrat, Republican, or unaffiliated voter - YES, you can vote for Tom!

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IMPORTANT DATES

  1. Monday, June 3 – If you are a registered Republican, you can either unaffiliate or change your affiliation to Democrat on or before June 3rd. You may change your affiliation back after the election.
    You can do this at the Secretary of State’s website: govotecolorado.gov

     

  2. Wednesday, June 3  Ballots in the Mail!
     

  3. Monday, June 17 – The deadline to mail your ballot via USPS is Monday, June 18th. Use correct postage! After that date, deliver your ballot to any Vote Center or 24-hour ballot drop box in Eagle County.

    And, the last day to update your registration at govotecolorado.gov to receive a replacement ballot by mail is June 17. Voters who change their registration after June 17 must visit a vote center to obtain a ballot.
     

  4. Tuesday, June 25 – Election Day! Your ballot must be turned in no later than 7:00 pm on June 25, 2024. Postmarks do not count!

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION

  1. REGISTRATION:
    Be sure your voter registration address (street address where you reside) and mailing address is current. You can do this at the Secretary of State’s website: govotecolorado.gov.

     

  2. DEMOCRATS:
    If you are a registered Democrat, you will receive a Democratic ballot in the mail.

     

  3. UNAFFILIATED VOTERS: 
    If you are registered as an unaffiliated voter – you will receive two ballots: one Democratic and one Republican. Be sure to vote ONLY the Democratic ballot! If you return both, neither will be counted!

     

  4. REPUBLICANS: 
    If you are a registered Republican, you can either unaffiliate or change your affiliation to Democratic on or before June 3rd. You may change your affiliation back, after the election.

     

  5. NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE?
    As long as you’ve lived in Colorado 22 days before Election Day, you can register to vote and vote right through Election Day June 25th, at any Vote Center in Eagle County.

vote centers and 24-hr ballot drop boxes

Eagle: Clerk and Recorder’s Office, 500 Broadway
Avon: Town of Avon Municipal Building, 100 Mikaela Way

Vail: The Grandview, atop the Lionshead Parking Structure, 395 S. Frontage Rd.

El Jebel: Clerk and Recorder’s Office, 20 Eagle County Dr.

additional 24-hr ballot drop boxes locations

Gypsum: Town of Gypsum Municipal Building, 50 Lundgren Blvd

Edwards: Mountain Recreation Field House, 450 Miller Ranch Rd.

Vail: Town of Vail Municipal Building, 75 S Frontage Rd W.

Basalt: Town of Basalt Municipal Building, 101 Midland Ave.

more voting Questions?

Visit Eagle County Elections or by calling at 970-328-8715

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