Four days until election day: do you know where your ballot is?

The deadline for casting ballots in Nov. 6 election is 8 p.m. - File art
The deadline for casting ballots in Nov. 6 election is 8 p.m.
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Editor's note: below is a public service announcement from the San Juan County auditor's office...

As of Thursday, Nov. 1, San Juan County had received only 47 percent of its ballots back. With an expected turnout of close to 90 percent, that means there are a lot of ballots still sitting on kitchen tables.

So if you have not yet voted, now is the time.

Grab your ballot and your Voters’ Pamphlet, sit down, and wade through it. There are a number of significant issues and races on the ballot this year, and this is your opportunity to let your voice be heard.

Replacement ballots are available through the Elections Office or online, through MyVote. To reach MyVote, go to the county’s Elections website ( and click on MyVote.

To reach the Elections office, call 378-3375, or email, want to hear from you!



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