Resources for Voting
Roadrunners Rock the Vote Aligns with efforts from the American Democracy Project Committee at MSU Denver.
Colorado's June 30th Primary includes races for U.S. Senate (Hickenlooper and Romanoff are vying to challenge incumbent Gardner), U.S. House of Representatives, CO Board of Education, CO State University Board of Regents, CO State Senate, CO State House of Representatives, County District Attorneys and RTD Board. Mail Ballots are mailed Monday, June 8th to Friday, June 12th.
Need to register? Visit GoVoteColorado.com and Register to Vote
Need to update your registration or have your ballot sent to a temporary address? Visit GoVoteColorado.com and Find My Registration to update your permanent or temporary address and make sure your Registration Status is ACTIVE.
You must register or update your registration online by June 22nd in order to get your ballot in the mail. You can register and vote anytime through election day by going to a Voter Service Center (find your Center location at GoVoteColorado.com)
Colorado voters have several options to vote...
- By Mail - Put postage on your mail ballot and mail it back several days before the June 30th election or put it into a Ballot Drop Box to avoid the postage. Contact your county clerk and recorder for drop-off and drop-box locations.
- Didn't get a mail ballot? If you have questions or concerns about your ballot, where to vote, what ID to bring, hours for voting or anything else, contact your local county clerk and recorder's office
- Early Voting Voter Service and Polling Centers will be open from June 22nd to June 30th. Check GoVoteColorado.com for locations or contact your county clerk and recorders office.
- Vote on Election Day, Tuesday June 30th - polls open 7:00 am to 7:00 pm
- You can even register and then vote in Colorado on Election Day! Check GoVoteColorado.com for locations or contact your county clerk and recorders office.
Register to Vote - register to vote & keep your address up-to-date on GoVoteColorado
Non Partisan Resources for Voter Engagement
- League of Women Voters of Denver
Nonpartisan organization that promotes voting.
- Brennan Center for Justice
Voting Rights website of the New York University School of Law.
- Design for Democracy
Project of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) to improve America's elections materials. Includes free voting posters.
Nonpartisan initiative of the Pew Center on the States.
- Project Vote Smart
General candidates and issues information, including officials lookup feature.
- Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition
A nonprofit that encourages a person with a previous criminal record to register to vote once eligible.