And they’re off! Thousands of La Plata County voters cast ballots

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And they’re off! Thousands of La Plata County voters cast ballots

Registered Democrats take early lead in returns
Jill Burkhart drops off her ballot Friday at the La Plata County “ACT Building” in Bodo Industrial Park.

And they’re off! Thousands of La Plata County voters cast ballots

Jill Burkhart drops off her ballot Friday at the La Plata County “ACT Building” in Bodo Industrial Park.
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Election 2020: How to vote

Ballots were mailed to voters Oct. 9 in La Plata County, and voters should go to the Clerk and Recorder’s Office to get a replacement ballot if they did not receive their mail-in ballot by Oct. 16.
La Plata County Clerk and Recorder Tiffany Parker said voters who return their ballots by mail should mail them before Oct. 26 to ensure the U.S. Postal Service delivers them to her office by 7 p.m. Nov. 3, the deadline for receipt of ballots.
After Oct. 26, voters should drop off ballots at one of five drop-off boxes across the county:
Clerk and Recorder’s Office, 679 Turner Drive, Durango.Bayfield Town Hall, 1199 Bayfield Parkway, Bayfield.La Plata County Administration Building, 1101 East Second Ave., Durango.Fort Lewis College Community Concert Hall, 1000 Rim Drive, Durango.Farmers Fresh Market, 535 Goddard Ave., Ignacio.For those who prefer to cast their ballots in person, Voter Service Polling Centers will be set up beginning Oct. 19 in the clerk’s office, and beginning Oct. 26 in Bayfield Town Hall.
Also, three Voter Service Polling Centers will open Nov. 2 and on Election Day, Nov. 3, at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College; the Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum, 503 Ouray Drive in Ignacio; and La Plata County Fairgrounds, 2500 Main Ave. in Durango.
Herald Staff

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