All registered voters will receive mail ballots no later than 18 days before Election Day. You must request a mail ballot by the 8th day before an election in order to receive your ballot in the mail. The County Clerk will then mail your ballot within one business day after receiving your request.

Completed ballots must be received by the county clerk and recorder no later than 7pm on Election Day. Postmarks do not count. Voters are encouraged to drop off their ballots at designated drop off sites or mail the ballot in time to be received by the 7pm deadline. Contact your county clerk and recorder for drop-off locations.

Voters still have the option to vote in person at the Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPC). You may surrender your mail ballot when you vote in person. Contact your county clerk and recorder for information about your polling center. VSOCs are located in each county and provide the following services:

  • Registration at any time up to and including Election Day
  • Change of address if registered elsewhere in Colorado
  • Drop off of your completed ballot
  • Surrender ballot to vote in person

If you ballot is spoiled or you never received it, you can get a replacement ballot from your county elections office, or vote in person at the VSPC.

For information on the types of ID needed when voting, click here.

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