Published: June 29, 2020

There is no Voter Service Center at the UMC this summer due to campus closure. However, Boulder County has three other voter service centers. Find in-person options or dropbox locations, or check your local county clerk for locations if outside of Boulder County. 

What to know

  • Registered Democrats vote in the Democratic Primary.
  • Registered Republicans vote in the Republican Primary.
  • Registered Libertarians vote in the Libertarian Primary.
  • Unaffiliated voters may vote in any party’s primary but may only vote in one primary.
  • Colorado is an all-options state: Registered voters are mailed ballot, which they can vote and return, or any voter can instead vote in-person at a Voter Service Center (links above).
  • It is never too late to register to vote—you may register to vote up to and including Election Day! ID required.

Returning your mail ballot?

  • Drop your ballot off by 7 p.m. at the ballot dropbox outside of the UMC located on the sidewalk leading up to the Southside Terrace on Euclid Avenue. It is too late to mail.
  • Not a Boulder County ballot? No problem—voters can use any dropbox in the state to return their mail ballot.
  • A Clerk & Recorder must receive your ballot by 7 p.m. on Election Day, June 30.
  • See dropbox locations in Boulder County.