Office of the Registrar
Voting is quick, easy, and an essential element of our democracy!
Below are four simple ways to particpate in this year's election!
Colorado Voter Eligibility
You are eligible to vote in Colorado if you:
- are a Colorado resident,
- will be 18 years of age or older at the time of the election,
- are a United States citizen,
- have resided in Colorado 22 days immediately before the election at which you intend to vote,
- are not serving a sentence of confinement, detention, or parole for a felony conviction.
Registered Colorado voters can access the Go Vote Colorado website to update their address, party affiliation, or permanent mail-in ballot status.
You also can register to vote in a state other than Colorado.
Most poll workers are over the age of 60 and, in the era of uncertainty caused by the coronavirus, fewer are signing up for the job. Consider becoming a poll worker. Sign up directly through your County election webiste or is up at PowerthePolls.org.
Election Judges/Poll Worker must meet the following qualifications:
- Registered electors who are willing to serve - knowing that Election Day runs from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM;
- Be U.S. citizens by the date of the election at which they are scheduled to work;
- Be physically and mentally able to perform the duties of an Election Judge;
- Attend a mandatory Election Judge class prior to each election at which they work;
- Never been convicted of election fraud, any other election offense, or fraud; and
- Neither a candidate whose name appears on the ballot in the precinct that they are appointed to serve nor a member of the immediate family, related by blood or marriage to the second degree, of a candidate whose name appears on the ballot in the precinct that they are appointed to serve.
Deatils on each Ballot Initiative and Candidate will be available as soon as the ballots are sent out. More to come!
Get out there and VOTE! Election day is Tuesday, November 3.
Your ballot will be sent to the mailing address you provided for your voter registration file. To check the address on file, or to make any changes to your voter registration visit www.GoVoteColorado.gov
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.