On KRDO's "The Extra" on Wednesday, El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Chuck Broerman joined host Shannon Brinias to talk about the upcoming Election 2020. He described how ballots will be mailed October 9th, and early returns of ballots will enable his office to receive them and reduce the time for tabulation needed on Election Day. He says once a registered voter receives their ballot, they can begin researching candidates, measures and issues. In El Paso County, there are, in addition to the Presidential race, eleven statewide measures and thirteen local measures and issues depending on which precinct you reside in. Ballots must be received by election offices or in any of the 37 drop boxes located around the county by 7 p.m. on November 3rd, Election Day 2020. For more information, govotecolorado.org and epcvotes.com are good sources of information. You can also call 719-575-8683. To follow your ballot, you can access a service with real-time information at colorado.ballottrax.
September 30, 2020