On KRDO's "The Extra", we're counting down to Election Day 2020 by talking to El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Chuck Broerman. Broerman shared information on the 35 Voter Service and Polling Centers that are open, and the services provided like registering to vote or updating voter records, voting on an ADA Ballot Marking Device or getting a replacement ballot. He also urged voters to go early to drop off ballots or seek services in-person, due to the volume of voters expected on November 3rd. So far, Broerman reports about 300,000 of El Paso County's registered voters have returned ballots, a trend which looks to easily eclipse to the turnout in 2016 of roughly 327,000 voters. He projects final election turnout will hit 375K.
- Don’t forget to sign the back of your ballot envelope
- All ballots due by 7:00 pm, Election Day. Postmarks do not count.
- Visit epcvotes.com or call 719-575-VOTE (8683) for questions