In Colorado, elections are overseen by the Colorado Secretary of State.
FIND YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION STATUS and in-person polling location:
REGISTERING TO VOTE IN Colorado:
Same day registration is available at all in-person polling locations. If you submit a paper or online application, it must be received 8 days prior to the election.
Register online (only available if you have a Colorado driver’s license). Otherwise, register using a paper or printed application via mail, fax, email, or in-person (instructions are on the application).
Applicants must have lived in Colorado for at least 22 days before registering. College students may choose to register at school or at home.
Voters affiliated with a political party must vote in that party's primary.
Unaffiliated voters may vote in either party's primary.
WAYS TO VOTE:
By Mail (All residents of Colorado automatically receive a mail-in ballot.)
In Person on Election Day (In-person voters must surrender their mail-in ballot in order to vote at their polling location.)
Early (In-person early voting available 7 days before the election at elections offices and polling locations.)
A note about Absentee Ballots: Because all residents of Colorado automatically receive a mail-in ballot, there is no need for specific absentee ballots. Absentee voters can simply complete their regular ballot by mail.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO:
Voter ID is required only in certain circumstances.
First time voters will need to provide a copy of a photo ID with their ballot.
In-person voters may need to provide a non-photo ID at the polls that confirms their address.
List of acceptable IDs is long and includes: state ID, passport, current utility bills and paychecks, student ID, military ID, naturalization documents, etc. Full list here.
In-Person Polling Hours: 7:00am - 7:00pm
Voter Hotline: (855) 428-3555