Colorado is one of the most voter-friendly states in the nation.
Have a say about who will be on the ballot for U.S. Senate, U.S. Congress, State Legislators, and County Officials.
The Colorado Secretary of State's website, GoVoteColorado.gov, helps you get a ballot, update your address, check your voter registration, and find your polling place.
Register by June 22 on GoVoteColorado.gov and still get a ballot in the mail.
Be sure to check the address on file for mailing your ballot and update it if not current.
The League of Women Voters offers a website, Vote411.org, with unbiased information about what's on your ballot.
All candidates are asked the same 3-5 questions. Candidates enter their answers themselves; their responses are not edited in any way.
View candidate answers side-by-side and decide for yourself who will best represent your priorities.
The Larimer County Clerk's website, VoteLarimer.org, helps you vote your ballot.
Visit GoVoteColorado.gov for a list of accepted forms of ID before heading to the polling place (VSPC).
At the Vote.org election center you can register to vote, check your registration status, get your absentee ballot, learn the voter ID laws, and find all the dates, deadlines and forms you need. You can find Census information as well.
If dropping off the ballot for someone else, make sure they sign and date in the proper space on the envelope. People who are housebound, or do not want to go out because of COVID-19, can have someone drop it off for them.
Mailed ballots must be received (not postmarked) by election day, 6/30/20 at 7:00 PM.
Ballots using the U.S. Postal Service should be mailed by 6/22/20 to ensure on-time delivery. Voters may use drop boxes if they don't think it can be mailed in time. If it is sent using the postal service, a forever postage stamp (55 cents) should cover mailing costs.