Masks required within all Government Buildings
The Primary Election day is Tuesday, June 30th from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m., however many people have taken advantage of mail-in ballots.
June 22nd was the last day to request a replacement mail-in ballot and also was the last recommended day to drop your ballot in the mail if you hadn’t already done so.
Ballots placed in the mail after June 22nd may not be received in time to be counted prior to the June 30th deadline.
June 22nd also marked the first day for early in-person voting for those who prefer. It is recommended by the Office of the Colorado Secretary of State that ballots be dropped in drop boxes stating that in doing so, it could reduce the spread of COVID-19.
On Saturday, with Executive Order D 2020 110, Governor Polis extended Colorado State’s Declaration of Emergency, restated, and amended orders. Included was the requirement for anyone who wishes to enter any government building to be required to wear medical or non-medical face coverings (covering mouth and nose).
Margret Daves, PIO for Dolores County, issued a statement. “As per the governor’s new order, Dolores County will be asking the public who enter the buildings to wear masks which will be available in the buildings.”