10/22/2012 09:54 am ET Updated Oct 23, 2012

Colorado Early Voting Begins Monday, Oct. 22

Coloradans looking to cast their vote early can do so beginning this morning, Monday, Oct. 22 at any of the Voter Service Centers at various locations in their counties. Early voting ends Friday, Nov. 2.

Visit the County Election Office website for voting centers and times in specific counties around the state.

In Denver County, the following early voting centers are open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. beginning today and through Oct. 27. The centers will open again with the same hours between Monday, Oct. 29 and Friday, Nov. 2, when early voting ends in the state.

Early Voting Service Centers, via the Denver Office of the Clerk and Recorder:

  • Barnum Recreation Center: 360 N. Hooker St.
  • Blair-Caldwell Library: 2401 Welton St.
  • Christ Church United Methodist: 690 N. Colorado Blvd.
  • Christ Community Church: 8085 E. Hampden Ave.
  • Denver Elections Division (Main Office): 200 W. 14th Ave.
  • Denver Police Dept. Dist. 3 Station: 1625 S. University Blvd.
  • Harvard Gulch Recreation Center: 550 E. Iliff Ave.
  • Harvey Park Recreation Center, 2120 S. Tennyson Way
  • Hiawatha Davis Jr. Recreation Center: 3334 N. Holly St.
  • Highlands Recreation Center: 2880 N. Osceola St.
  • Montbello Recreation Center: 15555 E. 53rd Ave.
  • Montclair Recreation Center: 729 N. Ulster Way
  • Tivoli Student Union at Auraria, 900 Auraria Pkwy, Rm. 261

As early voting begins in Colorado, both presidential campaigns will be scrambling hard this week in the state. Paul Ryan will spend Monday rallying in Pueblo, Durango and Grand Junction while Republican challenger Mitt Romney will be holding an evening rally on Tuesday at Red Rocks Amphitheater, The Denver Post reports.

Then on Wednesday, President Barack Obama will be holding a rally at Denver's City Park, downtown.

According to Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler's office, there are approximately 3.6 million voters registered in Colorado -- 1,157,083 Republicans, 1,150,527 Democrats and 1,293,492 independents.

Of course, voters can also wait until Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 6. Polls are scheduled to be open between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Election Day.



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