Apr 23, 2012 5:46 PM by Lacey Steele

Pueblo County Election Department location changed

If you're voting in the Pueblo County special election on May 8, you need to make sure you take your ballot to the correct location.

The Pueblo County Election Department has left the courthouse for a location on Eighth and Main Street.

They're in Suite 200 on the second floor of a building at 720 N. Main Street.

They say they've had several people already try to turn ballots in at the courthouse, so they just want everyone to be aware of the location change.

"We had outgrown our facility in the courthouse, and the warehouse that we had, we were housing the elections vote center, was going to be torn down," said Gilbert Ortiz, Pueblo County Clerk and Recorder. "We had to make plans for this presidential election and move to this location."

All ballots are due by seven the night of May 8.


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