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November 8th is Election Day. 

Find important voting information below.

Find Your Voting Location

Track your ballot HERE to know when it has been mailed, received, and accepted, or if there are any problems that prevent it from being counted.

 

 

Who can vote? 

All U.S. Citizens who are 18 or older by election day are eligible to register and vote in Colorado so long as not actively serving a sentence in the Department of Corrections.

 

Key Dates:

October 17, 2022: Ballots will be sent to all registered voters.

October 31, 2022: Last day to send your ballot via mail and ensure it makes the 11/8 by 7 pm deadline. 

October 31, 2022: Voters can still register and vote but they will need to do so in person at a vote center.

November 8, 2022: Ballots must be received by 7:00pm to be counted.

 

Voter Registration: 

Individuals can register or update their voter registration online at www.govotecolorado.gov or www.voyavotar.com; at their county clerk’s office or at any vote center in Colorado.

 

Before you receive your ballot: 

Do your homework! 

Candidates:      www.coloradodems.org/myballot

Issues:        www.coloradodems.org/myballot    

Judges:    https://judicialperformance.colorado.gov/

 

Ready to cast your ballot? Here’s how:

You have many choices as to how to cast your ballot including:

  • return your ballot by mail no later than 10/31 with two stamps

  • drop off at a 24 hour drop box w/in Adams County no later than 11/8 @ 7 pm.

  • visit a Voter Service and Polling Center in Adams County - get a replacement ballot or vote in person!

 

Voting Abroad:  

US Citizens with permanent residence in Colorado but living abroad for military or work can sign up for how to vote overseas here:  https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/COSOS/subscriber/new?topic_id=COSOS_30.

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