June 14, 2012 – Colorado Springs, CO – Approximately 204,000 ballots were mailed to affiliated voters for the June 26 Primary Election. This mailing included both active and inactive voters. Voters who have not received a ballot should first verify that they are affiliated with a major political party conducting a Primary at www.GoVoteColorado.com. If they are unaffiliated, they must declare their affiliation in order to receive a ballot. Voters who are not affiliated with a political party conducting a Primary were not mailed a ballot.
Voters who are unaffiliated may declare their affiliation and receive a ballot by mail. Voters can affiliate three ways:
· Go to www.GoVoteColorado.com to declare an affiliation and be mailed a ballot through June 19, 2012.
· Visit any of the four County Clerk & Recorder’s Offices:
o Main – Citizens Service Center – 1675 W. Garden of the Gods Road
o North – 8830 N. Union Blvd (Research Pkwy and Union Blvd)
o Southeast – 5650 Industrial Place (Powers Blvd and Airport Rd)
o Downtown – Centennial Hall – 200 S. Cascade Ave (Cascade and Vermijo)
· Print a voter registration form from www.GoVoteColorado.com and email, mail, or fax it to the Clerk & Recorders Office:
o Mail: El Paso County Elections Department
PO Box 2007
Colorado Springs, CO 80901
o Email: email@example.com
o Fax: 719-520-7327
Voters who have not received a ballot and are affiliated with one of the political parties which are conducting a Primary can verify their voter record at www.GoVoteColorado.com or by contacting the Election Department at 719-575-VOTE (8683). If their information is incorrect or needs to be updated, voters can use any of the options listed above. Voters who are affiliated with a party that is not conducting a Primary will not receive a ballot. They may not change affiliation as the deadline for changing a political party affiliation has passed.
For more information contact Alissa Vander Veen at 719-351-9626 or AlissaVanderVeen@elpasoco.com.