Election day is Tuesday, November 6, and all ballots must be dropped off by 7 p.m. in order to be counted in this year’s midterm.
Voters are tasked with deciding who will be the next governor after Gov. John Hickenlooper held the office for eight years. In addition, several ballot questions which could have deep impacts on the state’s budget, infrastructure and regulations.
Most polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., a map of locations in El Paso, Pueblo, Fremont and Teller Counties here:
If you are registered to vote at your current address, you should have received your ballot in the mail. Do not mail your ballot back in at this time, it must be returned in person in order to be counted.
If you need a replacement ballot or would like to vote in person, visit a Voter Service and Polling Center.
If you have already voted and want to check that your ballot was received, visit the Colorado Voter Registration database and click ‘Ballot Information’.
If you have any questions about the voting process, visit govotecolorado.com or contact your county clerk and recorder’s office.