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Election Day voting options in Pitkin County

Staff report
A box of batched election ballots needing signature verification.
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The Pitkin County administration building in Aspen will be open Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for in-person voting, and the drop-off box for ballots is available outside of the building through Election Day.

There also will be walk-in voting Tuesday at the Snowmass Village Town Hall and at Grace Church on Emma Road in Basalt.

There will be a drop-off box available Tuesday at the Redstone Church and at the town of Basalt parking lot (101 Midland Boulevard).

For more information, go to pitkinvotes.com.


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