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Old 10-31-2008, 06:12 PM
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I registered to vote here over a year ago, but still haven't received my voter card or anything other than advertising. Calls got me nowhere, but I googled and found this website:

https://www.sos.state.co.us/Voter/secuVoterHome.do;jsessionid=0000IRoy458bor0wmzqU9n Llu8M:121vl9gps (broken link)

It will give you your polling place and all other pertinent information. I figured if I didn't have this information, so might not others. Now if you're voting for "the other guy", please disregard this posting.

Happy Voting!
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Old 11-03-2008, 02:37 AM
Location: Colorado Springs
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Just a note, after canvassing for one of the candidates today, I noted that there are a lot of people who still have their mail in ballots. If you are one of them, be aware that you have to physically take it to the county clerk's office today or tomorrow for it to count, it's too late to mail it and, you cannot just vote at the polls instead. Don't lose out on having your vote count!
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Old 11-03-2008, 11:13 AM
Location: Colorado Springs
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Originally Posted by janetjanetbobanet View Post
you cannot just vote at the polls instead. Don't lose out on having your vote count!
This is good information. I dropped my mail in ballot off at Centennial Hall last week because I don't really trust the mail, but at one point I was seriously considering forgetting the mail in thing and just going to the polls. I didn't realize you couldn't do that.
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Old 11-04-2008, 07:49 AM
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thanks for the website. I had found my polling place on another website this morning, but found it suspicious that google maps could not find the address on a map for that polling place. No worries now, having been able to find all of my voter information on the state of Colorado's website. I wish they would make this more public!!!
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