Today is the last day to return your ballot for Colorado Springs’ municipal election.
Residents are electing a mayor and three at-large City Council members. The ballot also contains a ballot issue regarding collective bargaining for firefighters.
The election is a mail ballot election, which means there are no polling places.
You can drop off your ballot at any of the 12 ballot drop-off boxes across the city. Ballots will be accepted at these boxes until 7 p.m. Tuesday.
In addition to the listed locations, a drive-up curbside ballot drop-off box is available at the city clerk’s office downtown. You can access it from southbound Nevada Avenue and westbound Colorado Avenue.
All registered active voters who live within the corporate boundaries of Colorado Springs should have received a ballot. If you didn’t, call the city clerk’s office at 719-385-5901. If you lost your ballot, you can get a replacement one from the city clerk’s office.
Again. ballots must be returned by 7 p.m.