Coloradans who have been affected by the state’s wildfires have multiple options to ensure their votes are counted in the Nov. 3 election, according to the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office.

Those who haven’t returned their ballots can request a new one by mail by Monday or pick up a replacement from a polling center in their county. Those who have been displaced can pick up ballots in other counties and return them to any drop box in the state.

Voters displaced because of evacuation orders and first responders working the fires can get emergency ballots electronically by contacting their county clerk’s office.