Clerk’s Corner: Choose to vote by mail this year
September 19, 2008
By choosing a mail-in ballot, you have given yourself the freedom to sit down, relax and make an informed decision without the pressure of waiting in line.
Once you’ve completed your mail-in ballot application, you can expect to receive your ballot the week of Oct. 6. If your ballot does not arrive by Oct. 13, call the election office at 824-9120.
Also, call the election office if you spoil your ballot. You may obtain a replacement ballot during normal business hours, 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
After you have voted on your mail-in ballot, you can mail it back to us using a 42-cent stamp or drop it off at the Moffat County Clerk’s Office.
Remember, if you have applied to vote using a mail-in ballot, you can’t change your mind and vote on Election Day. You will be required to vote on a provisional ballot. This is an exciting time and Moffat County continues its commitment to set the standard of excellence in local government. Check our Web site at http://www.co.moffat.co.us for additional information or call our office at 824-9120.
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