Congress to Campus

Congress to Campus 2024 schedule of events

Congress to Campus Schedule of Events

Tuesday 04/16 9:00AM – 10:45AM: Breakfast in Tivoli 320’s

Tuesday 04/16 3:30PM – 4:45PM: Cupcakes with Congress in SSB CAVEA

Tuesday 04/16 5:00PM – 6:00PM: Spill the Tea with a Congressman in Tivoli Multicultural Lounge

Wednesday 04/17 8:00AM – 9:15AM: Breakfast in CCD CNF Assembly Rooms

Join us in a series of events with university guests, former Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (D-California) and former Congressman Dennis Ross (R-Florida).

Register to Vote

First time voter?

First time voters can register online or print and fill out a Voter Registration Form. Once you’ve filled out the form, email it to or send it in the mail to:

Colorado Department of State
Elections Division
1700 Broadway, Suite 200
Denver, CO 80290

In the State of Colorado, voters can register in person, online, or by printing a voter registration form, filling it out, and mailing it to your local elections office. You can register any day leading up to the election and can register in person on election day. If you want to receive a mail-in ballot, your application must be received by the designated election official by the close of business on the 7th day before the election. Please keep in mind that if you would like to receive the ballot by mail, 7 days may not be a sufficient amount of time to receive, vote, and return your ballot.

The following offices are designated as voter registration locations in Denver:

Voted before?

Make sure to double check your registration and that all of your information is updated and correct, including your mailing address. If you’ve moved since the last time you voted or changed your name, you can update your information by filling out this form or by editing your registration online.

Have Questions About the Election?  Explore the Resources About Issues on the Ballot:

Frequently Asked Questions

Making a Voting Plan

Whether you’re a first time voter or a seasoned voter it’s important to make a voting plan to ensure your ballot is received on time and counted.

  1. Register to vote or confirm your registration
  2. Track your ballot
  3. Learn about the candidates and issues on your ballot
  4. Locate your nearest polling place or ballot drop off location
  5. Arrange transportation
  6. Double check you have everything you need
  7.  Vote!
  8.  (And make sure to sign your ballot envelope)

Media To Consider

  • MSU Denver RED “U.S. Senate candidates face college students concerned about housing costs, immigration policy: Michael Bennet and Joe O’Dea visit MSU Denver’s The Solution Studio, a new voter-education forum” (2022)

CCD Student Collin interviews Kent Wagner, Director of the Office of Judicial Performance Evaluation

MSU Student Shelly interviews Nick Mahon, A Campaign Finance Liaison with the Denver Clerk and Recorder

UCD Student Jennifer Interviews, Alfonso Porter, Associate Director of Met Media at MSU Denver. *In remembrance of Alfonso Porter. Once a Roadrunner, Always a Roadrunner.*

Colorado Election Dates

March 5, 2024

2024 Presidential Primary

March 27, 2024

Run. Vote. Win event

April 16-17

Congress to Campus

June 25, 2024

Primary Election

September 17, 2024

National Voter Registration Day

2024 Date Coming Soon

National Voter Education Week

November 5, 2024


November 6, 2024

Election Heroes Day (celebrating election workers)