Adams County News and Information
Adams County Seeks Public Input on Voter Service
and Polling Centers for 2016 General Election
The Adams County Clerk and Recorder’s Office is seeking public input on Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPCs) for the General Election on Nov. 8.
“We want to have our Voter Service and Polling Centers in areas that are convenient for Adams County voters because it is their election,” said Stan Martin, Adams County Clerk and Recorder. “That’s why I am asking voters to comment on the proposed sites before they are finalized.”
While all voters in Colorado receive a ballot by mail, Colorado law requires a minimum number of VSPCs be operated throughout the county. Adams County currently has 15 proposed sites for the 2016 General Election, but would like to hear public input on those sites and any other recommendations.
Current VSPC location sites in Adams County include:
Adams County Economic Development
Adams County Government Center
Anythink Library-Wright Farms
Armory Performing Arts Center (Brighton)
Aurora Workforce Center
Bennett Community Center
Brighton Recreation Center
Commerce City Recreation Center
Commerce City Sheriff’s Substation
Margaret Carpenter Recreation Center
Perl Mack Community Center
Reunion Recreation Center
Thornton Civic Center
Todd Creek Farms Metro District
Westminster Motor Vehicle
The Clerk and Recorder’s Office will hold an official public comment period from June 20 to July 22. During this time, suggestions for potential VSPC sites can be sent via email to mailto:Adams.Elections@adcogov.org or through an online survey, found at adcogov.org.
Comments can also be made at a public meeting on July 12 at 6 p.m. in the Public Hearing Room on the first floor of the Adams County Government Center at 4430 S. Adams County Parkway, Brighton.
At VSPCs, voters have the option to cast a ballot in person, use accessible voting equipment, replace a ballot, drop-off a mail ballot, register to vote, and update their voter registration file. All VSPC locations will provide special voting equipment to assist voters with disabilities.
For more information regarding VSPCs and Adams County elections, visit adcogov.org.