KUSA - Early voting began Monday in Colorado's general election. Voters will be asked to decide two statewide tax questions, along with a variety of local issues and candidate races.
Due to changes in Colorado elections law, voters may register as late as Election Day.
Eligible voters can register online until midnight at the end of Monday, October 28.
After that, registration must be done in person at a county clerk's office or a designated voter service center.
Find your county clerk's website
Service centers are open for early voting and will be open on Election Day, as the new election law also does away with smaller precinct sites.
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