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Be aware that your polling place may have changed. Adams, Archuleta, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Gilpin, Larimer, Mesa, Moffat, Park, Routt, Teller, and Weld counties are now using vote centers. Click here to learn more about vote centers.
If you go to the wrong precinct, the election judge should inform you that you are at the wrong polling place. The election judge should assist you in finding your correct polling place.
If you don’t wish to go to your correct polling place, you’ll be given a provisional ballot and can vote it, but it will count ONLY for federal and statewide races. If you were sent to the wrong precinct by an election official, you should note that fact on your provisional ballot envelope. In that case, all of your votes for local races will count to the extent that you’re qualified to vote in the elections on the ballot you’re provided.