VISIT NEW WEBSITE www.EPCVotes.com FOR MAP AND ELECTION INFORMATION
The 2014 General Election is an all-mail ballot election and all registered voters in El Paso County have been mailed a ballot. If you have not received your ballot, please contact the Election Department at 575-VOTE (8683) or email@example.com.
We have launched a new elections-related website to provide voters with resources for the General Election www.EPCVotes.com. There is an interactive map under the tab “Return My Ballot” showing the locations of all ballot drop-off locations and Voter Service and Polling Centers. You can type in your residence and find the nearest location to you.
This is an added convenience for voters so you may easily return your ballot early. We strongly encourage voters to return your ballot as soon as you have completed voting. This will help end campaign calls to your phone.
Voted ballots must be returned by 7:00 PM on Election Day, November 4, to be counted. Postmarked ballots received after the deadline cannot be counted. Voters have three user-friendly options for returning their mail ballot: by drop-box, mail, or at a Voter Service and Polling Center.
There are twelve 24-hour and two business hour drop boxes strategically located throughout El Paso County. If voters prefer to return their ballot by mail, $0.70 is likely adequate postage. We recommend that you do not mail your ballot after October 30, as it may not be received by the deadline. After October 30, use a ballot drop-off box or visit a Voter Service and Polling Center.
Voters will have up to 25 Voter Service and Polling Centers available by Election Day. A voter can visit any VSPC to vote in person, register to vote (through 7:00 PM on Election Day), or obtain a replacement ballot. There will be 25 VSPCs operational by Election Day, with centers opening in two phases—12 on October 20 and 13 others on November 3. For a complete list of VPSC locations, please visit www.EPCVotes.com.