What: Early voting
When: Monday through Nov. 2, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Where: The University Club, 972 Broadway
T he University of Colorado's University Club will replace the campus Recreation Center as the early voting location this year due to construction on the workout facility.
The polling location will open for early voting Monday and be open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Nov. 2, according to bouldercounty.org.
The University Club will also be one of a few polling locations on campus open for voting on Nov. 6, Election Day.
"Voters ages 18 to 25 are the least likely to be registered as mail ballot voters, so the early voting site and polling place are important at CU," said Brad Turner, of the Boulder County Clerk and Recorder's Office.
The University Club is also a drop location for mail-in ballots.
First-time voters who registered without showing a copy of their ID are being asked to submit a copy of their driver's license with their mail-in ballot this year, Turner said.
The request affects only 3 percent of voters, mostly those who registered by mail or through a voter registration drive, he said.
CU Student Government is footing the bill for students who are required to submit a copy of their ID with their mail-in ballot, said Julia Harrington, director of Legislative Affairs for CUSG. Students can add their name to a list at the Ink Spot on the first floor of the University Memorial Center to get their free copy.
"We want to encourage engagement from students and making things accessible and this is one avenue where we can do that," Harrington said. "We want to use the resources we have to give back to the students."