All general, primary, odd-year, coordinated, recall, and congressional vacancy elections are now conducted by mail ballot. But if you want to vote at a polling location, you can find your polling location by visiting www.govotecolorado.com and reviewing your information.
You can contact your local Election Office for additional information.
Do I need identification if I vote in person?
All voters who vote at the polls must provide identification.
If you are voting by mail for the first time, you may also need to provide a photocopy of your identification.While there are many forms of acceptable identification, most voters find it convenient to bring their Colorado Driver's License or a utility bill.
A Colorado ID is available at no cost to those who are eligible. For more information,
please contact the Colorado Department of Revenue.
A valid identification card issued by the Department of Revenue
in accordance with the requirements of Part 3 of Article 2 of Title 42, C.R.S.
A valid U.S. passport
A valid employee identification card with a photograph of the eligible elector issued by any branch, department, agency, or entity of the United States government or of this state, or by any county, municipality, board, authority, or other political subdivision of this state;
A valid pilot's license issued by the federal aviation administration or other authorized agency of the United States
A valid U.S. military identification card with a photograph of the eligible elector
A copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document that shows the name and address of the elector.
A valid Medicare or Medicaid card issued by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (formerly the United States Health Care Financing Administration)
A certified copy of a U.S. birth certificate for the elector issued in the United States
Certified documentation of naturalization
A valid student identification card with a photograph of the eligible elector issued by an institute of higher education in Colorado, as defined in section 23-3.1-102(5), C.R.S.
A valid veteran identification card issued by the United States department of veterans affairs veterans health administration with a photograph of the eligible elector.
A valid identification card issued by a federally recognized tribal government certifying tribal membership.
Colorado has no excuse mail-in (absentee) voting. If you prefer not to go to the polls on election day, you may apply to vote by mail by submitting a completed Mail-in Ballot Application to your local county clerk. If you have a Colorado State driver's license or ID card issued by the Department of Revenue you may update your voter registration and request a mail-in ballot online at www.govotecolorado.com. Paper voter registration forms are also available on the Secretary of State's web site.
If you choose to be placed on the list of Permanent Mail-in Voters, you will receive a mail-in ballot for every applicable election. Alternatively, you may ask for a mail-in ballot for a specific election or the calendar year.
If you want a mail-in ballot sent to you by mail, your county clerk and recorder must receive your application no later than the close of business on the 7th day before the election. If you want to pick up your mail-in ballot, you must apply no later than the Friday preceding the election. If you mail your application, make sure to allow time for delivery.
Mail-in ballots will be mailed beginning 22 days before an election, after which ballots will mail be mailed within 72 hours after the receipt of a mail-in ballot application. Once mailed, you should allow 7-10 days to receive your mail-in ballot.
Colorado citizens who are either temporarily or permanently overseas and all active military personnel, including their spouses and dependents, are eligible to vote by absentee ballot under The Uniformed and Overseas Citizens and Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) and Colorado law.
Students who lived in Colorado before attending college and wish to establish or keep their voting residency at their parents' Colorado address should have no problem doing so, unless they have already registered to vote in another state.While registering to vote in another state is not automatically considered an abandonment of residency in Colorado, some judges or officials might view it as such. If you have established residency in another state and are moving back to Colorado with the intent to reside here, you will have to follow the normal registration procedures to re-register at home.
Mover's Guide: Colorado
Under federal law, if you move within 30 days of a presidential election, you are allowed to vote for President and Vice President in your former state of residence, either in person or by absentee ballot.
If you moved from out of state, you are only eligible to register if you have been a resident of Colorado and the precinct in which you want to vote for at least 22 days immediately prior to the day of the election in which you want to vote.
If you moved to a new address within the state, you can update your address online if your signature is stored in digital form with the Colorado Department of State.
You may also submit a letter or form to the county clerk's office to update your registration records.
If you moved to a new address that is covered by the same polling place as your old address, you can vote a regular ballot at that polling place after confirming your change of address at the polling place. This is true regardless of how close to the election you moved.
If you moved to a new address in a different polling place within the same county during the 29 days before an election you can vote at the polling place associated with your old address on Election Day, by mail-in ballot, or by early voting.If you vote in-person on Election Day, you will need to sign a change of address form.
Colorado Political Parties
America First Party of Colorado
1630 A 30th Street, #111 Boulder, CO 80301 Phone: 866-767-8721 Fax: 662-453-7787 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://colorado.americafirstparty.org/
American Constitution Party
Post Office Box 1776 Arvada, CO 80001 Phone: 702-722-4227 E-mail: email@example.com Website: http://www.americanconstitutionparty.com
American Party of Colorado
Post Office Box 612 Tooele, UT 84074 Phone: 800-456-8683 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.theamericanparty.org/
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