Colorado mails a ballot to every voter in the state and voters can select any candidate on their ballot regardless of party affiliation.
Voters can return their ballot by mail, place it in a drop-box, or vote in-person.
Colorado law allows citizens to register to vote AND VOTE up until and on election day before 7pm.
Ballots will begin mailing October 17th. Election Day is November 8th.
If you do not receive a ballot, contact your county clerk.
In Colorado you can register up until, and even on, election day by 7pm and still vote. Don’t miss out on making your voice heard! Register to vote today.
Check your voter registration is up to date with current address and shows your status as active to ensure there are no issues receiving your ballot.
Colorado has both mail-in and in-person voting. If you choose to vote in-person, please bring your ballot with you. Find locations for drop off and voting here.
The BallotTrax system tracks your mail ballot and notifies you where your ballot is in the election process, from sent to counted.