Clerk’s Corner: Choose to vote by mail this year |

Clerk’s Corner: Choose to vote by mail this year

Stephanie Beckett

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 for additional information or call our office at 824-9120.

Important dates:

• Oct. 6: Last day to register to vote for general election

• Oct. 20 to 31: Early voting at the county clerk’s office

• Nov. 4: General election