Ballots hit mailboxes soon

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After tomorrow, you'll need to keep an eye on your mailbox.

Mail ballots for the April election will go out on March 16 to all active, registered voters. If you are an active registered voter and don't receive your ballot in the mail by March 25, visit the City Clerk's Office or call 385-5901.

If you aren't registered yet, sorry. It's too late to change your status and vote in this election.

If you are an inactive voter: You need to update your registration and vote in person to the City Clerk's office. Ballots are available starting March 17. If you have had a change of address or name since you last voted, you need to update your information at an El Paso County Election Office before you vote. (Office locations are listed on the County's website.) After updating your information, you will go to the city clerk's office to get your ballot.

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