Yes. When you complete the Colorado Mail-In Ballot Application, you can apply for a permanent mail-in ballot. Your name will remain on the list for a permanent mail-in ballot until you fill out a form to remove your name from the list, your mail-in ballot is returned marked “Undeliverable,” or your voter registration becomes inactive. If you wish to receive your ballot by mail, you must request it no later than the end of the seventh (7th) day before the date of the election. Mail-in ballots must be received by the county clerk and recorder’s office no later than 7:00 p.m. on the date of the election.
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