Denver voting lines: The best and worst places to vote — right now

This may change, but we’ve got a list of your best and worst best bets for voting in Denver right now.

Buttons worn by bipartisan judges in Denver. (Andrew Kenney/Denverite)

This may change, but we’ve got a list of your best and worst bets for voting in Denver right now, as reported by Denver Elections.

Buttons worn by bipartisan judges in Denver. (Andrew Kenney/Denverite)
Buttons worn by bipartisan judges in Denver. (Andrew Kenney/Denverite)

The sites with the shortest lines as of 5:10 p.m.

RiNo / Elyria-Swansea:

Denver Coliseum – 4600 Humboldt St, Denver, CO

East Denver:

Montclair Recreation Center – 729 N. Ulster Way, Denver, CO

South Denver:

Denver Police District 3 Substation – 1625 S University Blvd., Denver, CO

Harvard Gulch Recreation Center – 550 E. Iliff Ave., Denver, CO

Southeast Denver:

Eisenhower Recreation Center – 4300 E Dartmouth Ave, Denver, CO

A full list of polling sites and drop-off sites is available here.

Where not to go:

Denver Elections reports the longest lines are at Barnum, Recreation Center, Corona Church, Green Valley Ranch Recreation Center, Harvey Park Recreation Center, Montbello Recreation Center, Cook Park, Harvey Park and Union Station.

Andrew Kenney

Author: Andrew Kenney

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