Where to turn in your voted ballot
There is a 24-hour ballot drop box at 1669 Euclid Ave. It is located outside on the sidewalk south of the University Memorial Center (UMC), closest to the Euclid Street entrance of the UMC. This is not a drive-up location; parking is limited.
- For more 24-hour ballot drop boxes and drive-by drop-off locations visit https://boco.org/Vote and click on ballot drop-off and voting locations.
- Colorado voters can return their mail ballot to any county clerk and recorder office in Colorado. This includes the 24-hour mail ballot box located closest to Euclid Avenue outside the UMC and in the Voter Service and Polling Center inside the UMC.
- Ballots must be dropped in a ballot box no later than 7 p.m. Nov. 5.
- It is too late to mail in your ballot.
How and where to vote and register same-day, vote in-person, get a replacement ballot, and more
There is a Voter Service and Polling Center in the UMC on the 3rd Floor. It is open:
- 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4
- 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5 – Election Day
At the UMC Voter Service and Polling Center, you can:
- Drop off your ballot (any Colorado voter)
- Register to vote / Update your registration
- Cast a Boulder County ballot in person (**NEW** Voters from other counties can request a statewide-only ballot at any Voter Service Center in Colorado. This is a ballot that does not have local issues, but allows out-of-county voters to at least vote on issues/contests that are at the state level)
- Request a replacement ballot
- Vote using equipment and facilities for persons with disabilities
- Bring a current and valid ID, like your Buff OneCard, when registering or voting. Questions? Visit Boulder County’s Student Voting Guidelines.
- To vote in-person at the Voter Service Center on Election Day, Nov. 5, you must be in line by 6:59 p.m.
- For more information, visit Boulder County’s Elections website.