Ballots do not require proof of ID

ALAMOSA– Alamosa County voters have or will be receiving a letter correcting an error in the primary election voting instructions, according to Nicole Jaramillo, Alamosa County Clerk and Recorder.

The instructions incorrectly require a photocopy of an acceptable form of identification be enclosed in the return ballot envelope. Although Colorado law requires some voters to return a photocopy of ID with their ballot that requirement doesn’t apply here, states a letter from Clerk Jaramillo.

Ballots will be verified and counted by election judges once the signature on the outside of the return envelope is verified and confirmed that only one ballot was returned for the appropriate political party.

Voters with questions may contact the clerk’s office at (719) 589-6681.



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