Voting in Colorado - John Hickenlooper for U.S. Senate

Voting in Colorado

Ballots are due by 7 pm June 30th

When I was Governor, we signed universal vote by mail into law. Every single eligible voter in Colorado is mailed a ballot! 

How do I vote?

You should have received a ballot in the mail. After you fill out your ballot, you can return it at a drop box. You can also vote in person at a Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC) — just remember to wear a mask and practice safe social distancing!

Where do I vote?

Click here to find a drop box or VSPC near you!

What if I’m not registered to vote?

Colorado has same-day voter registration. You can register to vote up through Election Day at a VSPC. Click here for more information about registering to vote.

I’ve already voted! What else can I do?

Thanks for voting! We need your help to get out the vote across Colorado — sign up to volunteer here!

For more information, questions, and resources about voting, visit govotecolorado.gov.

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