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Voter Registration Deadline Looms; Extended Friday Hours

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If you haven't registered to vote for the presidential election you have just one day to get it done.

The deadline is tomorrow and the election board is extending its hours to make sure everyone can take part November 6th.

The election board is located at 555 North Denver.

Tomorrow, they'll stay open until midnight for registrations.

Also, election officials want to make sure you know where to vote.

"If there is a change we always notify the voter," said Patty Bryant, Election Board Secretary. "But if they're just not sure and can't find a voter card, they can call us. We'll tell them where they can go vote. We can send them another voter card. It's free. It's fun. It's easy. It's doable."

And don't forget you'll need to bring a valid I. D. to vote on election day. That can be your voter I.D.or any other government issued I. D.

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