This election season, Jefferson County residents can stay informed at Jefferson County Public Library (JCPL) as they gear up to exercise their right to vote.
Each library will feature a campaign literature table where residents can browse and gather resources to help them prepare for the Tuesday, Nov. 6 general election. Candidates and issue committees may provide information of interest to display at the library.
“Being our residents’ go-to source of information guides all of our work at JCPL,” said Donna Walker, JCPL executive director. “A strong, vibrant Jeffco community starts with informed citizens. We’re proud to do our part to promote civic engagement and continuous education for our patrons.”
Residents can also take part in campaign season by casting their vote at participating JCPL locations this fall. Starting Monday, Oct. 22, Columbine, Belmar and Standley Lake Libraries will host early and general election voting. Lakewood Library will offer general election voting only on Nov. 6. Residents may also drop off their completed ballots in the 24-hour ballot drop boxes located outside of Standley Lake, Evergreen or Columbine Libraries. The county will mail general election ballots on Oct. 15.
Additional information, including a full list of polling places, is available at jeffco.us/elections.