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Election Day in Longmont: How to return your ballot and get election results

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It's not too late to vote in Longmont! The November 1st, 2011 election deadline is 7pm today, but do NOT mail your ballot as it will not get to the Boulder County clerk in time. The offices of Mayor and three city council members are on the ballot for Longmont. So are ballot questions involving school funding, telecommunications, municipal court judge rentention, modification of term limits for county sheriff, and four school board candidates.

To assist you with returning your ballot, the Boulder County clerk has two convenient ways for you to return it today. The Terry Street location is a drive-up drop off, making it convenient for those not wishing to get out of their vehicles: _____________

7am - 7pm TODAY - Election Day - November 1st, 2011
County Clerk & Recorder

  • 529 Coffman Street
  • Drive up, drop off location (Terry Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues)

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If you are still undecided about the issues or candidates, you can find links to most of them and related news articles at Vote! Longmont: www.votelongmont.org and for Twitter users, there is also info on Twitter: @VoteLongmont.

There also are multiple ways to find election results as they come in, beginning at 7pm. You can visit the Boulder County Clerk website and you can also listen live on your radio or online as local radio station KRCN AM 1060 will be broadcasting them, beginning at 6pm until 8pm.

Boulder County Clerk Election Returns Website

KRCN AM 1060 online live streaming

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