GOT YOUR BALLOT IN THE MAIL? GREAT! YOU CAN RETURN YOUR COMPLETED BALLOT BY MAIL, DROPBOX, OR IN PERSON TO CAST YOUR #NOON115 VOTE.
Ballots must be received by 7pm on Election Day Tuesday, November 3rd — postmarks don’t count!
SUBMIT YOUR BALLOT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AFTER RECEIVING IT!
IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO MAIL IN YOUR BALLOT, WE RECOMMEND DOING SO BY OCTOBER 26 & USING TWO STAMPS TO BE SAFE. AFTER OCTOBER 26, DROP IT IN A DROPBOX ANYWHERE IN THE STATE OR GO VOTE IN PERSON AT A VOTER SERVICE CENTER IN YOUR COUNTY. DROPBOX AND POLLING CENTERS CAN BE FOUND AT JUSTVOTECOLORADO.ORG.
Last day we recommend mailing your ballot back — two stamps! Drop it off in a dropbox anywhere in the state or vote in person at a voter service center in your county.
You can register to vote up until Election Day, November 3rd, 2020. If you register on or afterOctober 26, you will NOT receive a mail-in ballot and you will need to vote in person.
7:00 PM Election Day, Tuesday, November 3:
Your county clerk must receive your ballot no later than 7:00 PM on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3rd. Postmarks do not count. Mail it back by October 26, drop it off at any dropbox in the state, or vote in person at a voter service center in your county. Full list of dropbox and voter service locations at JustVoteColorado.Org.
Every valid mail ballot is counted. Be sure to sign the envelope when you return your mail ballot. Your county clerk must receive your ballot no later than 7:00 PM on Election Day. If you are not sure if your ballot will arrive in time, drop it off in person. Contact your county clerk and recorder for drop-off and drop-box locations.
If you recently registered for the first time, you may need to provide a copy of your ID along with your mail ballot.Your county clerk will have provided instructions about the ID requirement along with your ballot.
All voters who vote at the polls must provide identification. If you are voting by mail for the first time, you may also need to provide a photocopy of your identification when you return your mail ballot. Your county clerk will have provided instructions about the ID requirement along with your ballot.
Absentee ballots will automatically be sent to all registered voters via mail. If you need your ballot sent somewhere other than your usual address, contact your local election official at least one month before the election so you have time to receive the ballot.
For the purposes of registering to vote and voting, individuals cannot establish residence in Colorado by merely being physically present in the state. Likewise, persons may not lose residence due to absence while in military service or while a student at any institution of higher education. Contact your county clerk for more information.
This is the student’s decision. College students that are residents of Colorado may keep their registration in their hometown and vote by mail.
Alternatively, if the student attends a college or university out-of-state and wishes to register to vote there, they should check that state’s voter registration rules. Should the student change their voter registration to a different state, they are no longer eligible to vote in Colorado.
Information for returning citizens and voters with convictions can be found here.
Still have questions? Voter registration FAQs are here to help.