Learning about candidates and referendums takes time but our system reduces that time and allows you to make a plan to vote. Simply enter your address and select the "Get Started" button.
Note: Currently, for the state of Colorado, our system covers federal, gubernatorial, and state level candidates, as well as statewide ballot measures. On or before October 2, 2020, we will have county and local candidates, in addition to ballot measures for all counties and for cities greater than 100k in population.
Register To Vote
You can register and cast a ballot up through Election Day by appearing in-person at a Voter Service and Polling Center during the Early Voting period or on Election Day. Contact your Local Election Office if you have any questions.
To register in Colorado you must:
Ballot Drop Off Location
Colorado uses a vote-by-mail system exclusively, so there is no need for explicit absentee or early voting procedures, except for those who cannot or do not wish to vote by mail. County clerks and recorders automatically send mail ballots to every elector in active status, starting 18 to 22 days before the election. The last day on which a county clerk can mail a ballot to a voter is eight days before the election. However, since electors can register to vote until the polls close at 7 p.m. on Election Day, there are always some voters that cannot vote by mail ballot. Therefore, Colorado law requires county clerks to open and operate polling locations called Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPCs) starting 15 days before the election through Election Day, excluding Sundays. Eligible voters can visit any VSPC in their county of residence to do any of the following:
Receive Voting Reminders
Contact Your Representatives