Did you know Roadrunners vote in much higher rates than college students accross the country?
Here are resources to prepare for the upoming Fall 2019 Elections
Tuesday, September 17th
Constitution Day--Be Counted!
Session I 10-11 am
Session II 2-3 pm
TABOR Panel Discussion
Prepare yourself for the 2019 election by learning more about the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights (TABOR) and proposed changes to the State Constitution. Academic and community experts will share their insight into the proposed changes included in Proposition CC.
Learn more about TABOR
Resources for Voting
How to Vote Fall 2019
- Register to Vote - register to vote & keep your address up-to-date on GoVoteColorado
- Vote By Mail - ballots will be mailed to all active voters during the week of October 14th. Voters should vote their mail ballot, or:
- Vote In-Person - voters may also choose to vote in-person at any Vote Center including the Tivoli Student Union beginning October 28.
- Ballots must be received by 7pm on November 5, 2019
February/March 2020--Primary for U.S. Elections including President
June 2020--Primary for Colorado Elections including U.S. Senate
October/November 2020--General Election
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.