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Touch screens make voting easier

La Plata County to provide machines at polling locations
Tiffany Lee Parker, La Plata County clerk and recorder, holds a touch-screen voting machine for Chris Maki as Erin Lauth, election technician, looks on. The screens are an option for all voters who go to the polls.
Important election dates

Tuesday, Oct. 9: Last day to register to vote for the general election.

Monday, Oct. 15: First day mail-in ballots may be sent to voters, except for uniformed, overseas absentee voters.

Monday, Oct. 22: Early voting begins at the early voters’ polling place for the general election.

Tuesday, Oct. 30: Last day to apply for a mail-in ballot for the general election if mailed.

Friday, Nov. 2: Last day to apply for a mail-in ballot for the general election if picked up at the county clerk’s office. Last day for early voting at the early voting polling places for the general election.

Tuesday, Nov. 6: General election. (Polls open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.)

Touch screens make voting easier

Tiffany Lee Parker, La Plata County clerk and recorder, holds a touch-screen voting machine for Chris Maki as Erin Lauth, election technician, looks on. The screens are an option for all voters who go to the polls.
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