MESA COUNTY, Colo. (KKCO) Elections are approaching quickly and this year, Mesa County voters may notice some differences in how you can vote.
As a result of the recently passed, Voter Access and Modernized Election Act, Mesa County voters will have even more ways of making their opinions heard.
"Voting in Colorado is very accessible and the recent legislation made it even more so," says Mesa County Clerk and Recorder, Sheila Reiner. "It's very important for people to make sure that their address and their mailing address is up to date."
Mesa County voters now will have access to 24-hour drop boxes for ballots which can be found at the department of human services building, at 200 south Spruce st. and at the Fruita Civic Center.
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