Vote early, by mail, in person – then you can eat in peace
Tired of all those political phone calls during dinner?
One simple way to make them stop is to vote. Once you've cast your ballot, the callers move on to others.
You can mail your ballot, drop it off or take advantage of early voting.
Early voting in Colorado continues through Friday, Nov. 2. Click here to find your polling location, where you also can drop off your ballot.
If you registered to vote by mail, you should have received your ballot by now. If you haven't, go to www.govotecolorado.com to activate your status. You must do so by Tuesday, Oct. 30.
If you are undecided on any of the statewide measures, check out our ballot guide. You'll find a short description of each measure (as well as 2A in Denver), what proponents and opponents say about each one and links to websites for proponents and opponents. We also give the Bell's position on each proposal.
Article posted on October 29, 2012