Every eligible voter who is registered in Colorado by October 31st will be sent a mail ballot. You can mail your ballot back, drop it off, or vote in person—the choice is yours.

You can register to vote in Colorado (or update your address) at any time up to & including Election Day at any Voter Service Center in your county. 

Drop it off:
You can drop off your ballot at any ballot dropbox or Voter Service Center in the state. Your ballot must be *received*by 7pm on Election Day. For a complete list of drop-off sites, visit JustVoteColorado.org

Mail it in:
If you mail your ballot back, be sure to affix postage. All ballots must be *received* by a County Clerk by 7pm on November 8th. Postmarks do not count.

You may need to include a photocopy (or printed photo) of an acceptable form of ID with your mail ballot­­—please refer to your mail ballot to see if this is required of you.

If you’re not registered to vote, or not registered at your current address, or you just like voting in person, you can still go register and/or vote in person at any time up to & including Election Day at any Voter Service Center in your county. In-person early voting starts Oct. 24th and ends at 7pm on November 8th.

Note: You must bring a form of ID in order to vote in person. Acceptable forms of ID include:

  • CO Driver’s License or ID
  • CO Student ID
  • US Passport
  • Military ID
  • Utility Bill

For a full list of acceptable forms of ID, visit JustVoteColorado.org.

For a complete list of locations for registering, voting, or dropping off your ballot, visit:
JustVoteColorado.org

To receive help or ask a question via the text message hotline:
Text VOTEHELPCO to 33888 with your voting question
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TO FIND OUT WHICH SENATE DISTRICT YOU’RE IN, USE THIS MAP: