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Early voting begins in Colorado

Ballot Boxes and Voting Service and Polling Centers are now accepting ballots, in-person voting and registration throughout the state.
2021 Ballot (1 of 4)
Ballot for the Nov 2 2021 election

All across the state, Voter Service and Polling Centers, or VSPCs, have opened up their doors and ballot boxes for the November 2 Coordinated Election. Ballots have been mailed to eligible voters and residents can vote or register in person through 7 p.m. on November 2.

Drop boxes and VSPCs opened statewide yesterday, according to a press release from the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office. A total of 405 drop boxes and 147 VSPCs across the state can be conveniently searched online to find the most accessible and convenient for Colorado residents.

Longmont voters can register or vote in-person at the St. Vrain Community Hub at 515 Coffman Street. Ballot boxes are located at the following locations:

  • Boulder County Clerk & Recorder, 529 Coffman Street outside the St. Vrain Community Hub
  • Boulder County Fairgrounds, 9595 Nelson Road near the south parking lot.
  • Front Range Community College, 2121 Miller Drive near the C1 door of the classroom building.
  • Garden Acres Park, 18th Avenue between Sunset and Juniper
  • YMCA, 950 Lashley Street

“Colorado historically has been engaged in the state’s elections, and we expect that will continue. With more available drop boxes statewide than ever before, along with nearly 150 voting centers, it’s accessible to make sure your voice is heard in our democracy,” said Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold in a news release.

Voters can track their ballots using BallotTrax through, according to the news release. Longmont residents also can sign up for ballot tracking information directly through Boulder County and Weld County websites. Voters can use their smartphones and TXT2Cure to fix any signature discrepancies with their ballot. To date at least 313,372 ballots have been returned, according to the Secretary of State’s Office. 

Voter registration can be done online in either English or Spanish. A printed form can be found online, and can be mailed to the Colorado Department of State Elections Division, 1700 Broadway Suite 200, Denver, CO 80290. The form can also be scanned after being filled out and signed, then emailed to the country clerk and recorder for Boulder or Weld County.

More information can be found at and the Longmont Leader’s 2021 Voter’s Guide.

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