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The Town Clerk’s office can assist you in getting a replacement ballot. Once a replacement is issued, the original one becomes void.
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You may register or make changes to your registration online at the Secretary of State’s website: https://www.coloradosos.gov/voter/pages/pub/home.xhtml You may also do this in person at the County Clerk’s election offices.
If this is the first time you are registering in Colorado, you will be asked to provide ID. Some find that in this case it is faster to appear in person.
If you are temporarily away from home (but not moving), you may apply for an absentee ballot to be mailed to a temporary address. Contact the Town Clerk’s office to apply.
Unlike the elections that you experience at the County level, municipal elections do not have Vote Centers. However, you are able to vote in person by bringing your ballot to Town Hall and depositing it in the drop box there. If you receive a replacement ballot, you may vote it immediately at Town Hall.
The Town of Frederick values the right of every eligible voter to vote. An Election Worker at Town Hall can provide assistance so that you are able to cast your ballot in a confidential and secure manner.