THE Alamosa County Clerk and Recorder’s office erred in its instructions to voters for the primary election. Voters received instructions that identifications are required to be included in their mail ballot but that’s not the case. Only newly-registered voters are required to show an identification with their ballot.
Alamosa County Clerk and Record Nicole Jaramillo said the inaccurate instructions “was a mistake on my part.” Her office mailed out a correction to the instructions to voters in Alamosa County.
The primary election day is Tuesday, June 28. Voters have until 7 p.m. on June 28 to return their ballot. Here’s a look at the ballots in each county in the San Luis Valley.
PSA below from San Luis Valley League of Women Voters:
Return your primary election ballot
by 7 p.m. on Tuesday June 28, 2022!
Have you seen the Vote411.org signs posted around the San Luis Valley? Visit the Vote411.org website to find a one-stop-shop for nonpartisan election-related information. Learn about the primary election candidates in their own words. Need to register to vote? Find voter registration info here, too. This election information is tailored to your address! Try it out!
Vote411.org is sponsored by the League of Women Voters Education Fund. Visit the local San Luis Valley League of Women Voters unit on Facebook. We want to promote democracy in action, as evidenced by our sponsorship of the recent virtual Colorado Congressional District 3 Candidate Forum. Find a recording of the Forum available under the news heading at lwvcolorado.org.