How to Vote

Where can ballots be turned in?

It's too late to mail in your ballot, you need to turn it in to a Ballot Drop Box, or take it to a Voter Service and Polling Center in the county that you’re registered in!


Most important things to know about voting in Colorado

Voting is easy! 

  1. Check here to see if you’re already registered or need to update your information
  2. If you’re not registered to vote, you can do so here
  3. Find your nearest drop off box or polling place here
  4. Ask your friend(s) to register to vote!

You can register to vote any day, up to and including November 6th, Election Day!

 


What happens if I do not sign my ballot, my signature does not match, or I forgot to include a copy of ID when my ballot said I needed to?

If your ballot is deficient and needs to be cured then your County Clerk will send you a letter in the mail and you will have until eight (8) days after the election to cure your ballot and ensure that it is counted.


I made an incorrect mark on my ballot, can I get a new one?

Yes. To request a replacement ballot in-person or vote in-person, visit any VSPC in your county. See IWillVote.com for a map of VSPCs near you, and their days and hours of operation. However, once you submit your ballot, you cannot correct any of the selections that you already made.


What should I do if I do not receive my mail ballot or make a mistake, damage, or lose my mail ballot?

You may request a replacement mail ballot from your county clerk. You may also vote in-person at a voter service and polling center in the county that you are registered to vote in.


Who is eligible to vote in the General Election?

You can vote in the General Election if you are 18 years old, a US citizen, a Colorado resident, and not currently serving a felony sentence or are on parole.


I didn’t get my ballot. Can I still vote?

Yes. You can request a new ballot be mailed to you any time before or on October 29 by contacting your county clerk and recorder. After October 29, you must request a ballot in-person, or vote in-person, by visiting any VSPC in your county.


What can you do at a Voter Service and Polling Center?


What are the important dates I should know in 2018?

Monday, October 15 – Ballots for the 2018 general election will begin to be mailed to every active registered voter in Colorado.

Monday, October 22 – In-person voting begins across the state.

Monday, October 29 – Last day to register and receive a ballot in the mail.

Monday, October 30 – Last day for a voter to put a completed ballot in the mail. Voters should go vote in-person or drop their completed ballot in a dropbox after this date.

Tuesday, November 6 – General election day! Polls open at 7am and close at 7pm.


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