It is too late to return your ballot by mail. If you have not voted, please drop off your ballot or vote in person at a Voter Service & Polling Center before 7:00pm on November 3.
In Colorado, every active registered voter receives a ballot in the mail automatically. If you have not received a ballot in the mail, you should vote in person or request a replacement mail ballot at a Voter Service & Polling Center (VSPC) in your county. Find a VSPC >>
- Voting by mail: It is too late to return your ballot by mail. Please vote by either dropping off your ballot or voting in person at a Voter Service & Polling Center.
- Dropping off your ballot: Ballot drop boxes will open starting on October 9. You can drop your ballot off at any drop box 24 hours a day, or at a Voter Service & Polling Center until 7:00pm on November 3rd. Find a drop box >>
- Voting in person: You can vote in person starting on October 19 at a Voting Service & Polling Center in your county. Find a VSPC >>
REGISTERING TO VOTE
You can register to vote and vote in this election up through the minute polls close on Election Day.
If you have a Colorado ID you can register to vote online, or in person at a VSPC through 7:00pm on November 3.
If you do not have a Colorado ID you can register in person at any VSPC in your county through 7:00pm November 3.
It is too late to receive a ballot in the mail. If you are registering to vote for the first time, you can vote in person at a VSPC in your county or pick up a replacement mail ballot to return by drop box by 7:00pm on November 3.
IMPORTANT DATES & DEADLINES
October 9: Counties start mailing ballots and some drop boxes open
October 19: Drop boxes & VSPCs open across the state
October 26: Last day to register and still be sent a ballot in the mail
October 26: Last day to mail your ballot back to ensure delivery by November 3
November 3: ELECTION DAY! Polls close at 7:00pm
Questions about voting? Call the Voter Protection Hotline at 720-580-0148.
TRACK YOUR BALLOT
You can sign up to track your ballot here.
CURE YOUR BALLOT
Occasionally, there are errors that are easy to fix that can keep a ballot from being counted. When that happens, the County Clerk should contact you to let you know there is something you need to do to “cure” your ballot and have it count in this historic election. Alternatively, to be sure, you can check to see if your ballot was rejected at govotecolorado.gov > check my mail ballot status > ballot information.
If you need to “cure” your ballot, you have until Thursday November 12, 2020 at 11:59pm. It’s quick and easy to cure. Here’s how >>