Every eligible voter registered in Colorado by October 29th will be sent a mail ballot. You have all options for how to vote: mail your ballot back, drop it off, or vote in person. You can register or update your address in person through Election Day.

To vote with a mail ballot….

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.

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 6th. Postmarks do not count, so we recommend mailing your ballot by October 30th.

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.

To vote in person

At any Voter Service Center in your county, you can register, update your address, and vote in person anytime up to and including Election Day. In-person early voting starts Oct. 22nd and ends at 7pm on November 6th. Note: you *must* bring a form of ID to vote in person; acceptable forms include: CO Driver’s License, CO Student ID, Passport, Military ID, or Utility Bill. For a full list of acceptable forms of ID, go to justvotecolorado.org.

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

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. All voters registered by Oct. 29th will be mailed a ballot. After Oct. 29th, you can still register (and vote) in person at any Voter Service Center in your county.

TO ASK QUESTIONS OR REPORT PROBLEMS

Visit JustVoteColorado.org to find where to go to vote, FAQs, or to report problems. Call the voter hotline if you have any problems or questions: 1-866-OUR-VOTE.

ELIGIBILITY TO VOTE

You are eligible to vote in the fall 2018 general election if you:

  • will be 18 years of age or older by November 6th, 2018
  • are a United States citizen,
  • have resided in Colorado 22 days immediately before the election at which you intend to vote,
  • aren’t serving a sentence of confinement, detention, or parole for a felony conviction.

GETTING YOUR VOTE IN ON TIME

If you’re voting with your mail ballot: Your ballot must be*received*by your County Clerk by 7PM on Election Day, November 6th. Postmarks do NOT count, so if it’s getting close to November 6th, drop it off in person instead of putting it in the mail.If you’re voting in person: It’s unlikely that polling centers will have lines, but as long as you’re in line by 7PM on Election Day, you have the right to vote. Stay in line!

NO ID?

If you don’t have the correct ID, you always have the right to vote a provisional ballot. An election official may contact you after the election to square things up so that they can count your ballot.

CHALLENGES & INTIMIDATION

If anyone challenges your right to vote or intimidates you at the polling place, you still always have the right to cast a ballot.

CALL THE VOTER PROTECTION HOTLINE WITH ANY PROBLEMS/QUESTIONS: 

1-866-OUR-VOTE | JUSTVOTECOLORADO.ORG

Just Vote! Colorado Election Protection is a non-partisan voter assistance project and is not affiliated with or promoting any party, candidate or ballot issue. Just Vote! Colorado is not affiliated with or responsible for the content of this piece.

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