By now, you should have received your Nov. 7 ballot in the mail. If you haven't, and you think you're eligible to vote, call 575-8683 with any questions.
El Paso County is running the election, which will decide school board races and several ballot measures, including those posed by Colorado Springs, the county and Colorado Springs School District 11.
Go to govotecolorado.com to register or update if you've moved recently. Deadline is Oct. 30.
If you miss that deadline, you can still get a ballot in person at a voter service polling center. Find a list of those at epcvotes.com. That's also the place you apply for a replacement ballot if you messed yours up or it went to an old address.
Be aware that if you mail your ballot, you should mail it by Nov. 1 to assure its deliver in time. No extra postage is required to mail your ballot. A regular stamp is sufficient, the Clerk and Recorder's Office says.