Where to Vote in Colorado

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DENVER — Election Day is almost here. Do you know where your voting center is?

The first step is to make sure you are registered to vote. Voter registration ended on Oct. 9. You can check your registration status on the Colorado Secretary of State’s website.

If you are looking for voting information for your county, visit this website, which has an interactive map of clerks and recorders offices by county around the state. 

Checking your registration status will also allow you find out which voting location you should go to on Election Day.  You can use the Google map below to find the closest polling place to your home. Just enter your address below.

Remember polling places are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and you do need an ID in order to vote.

If you have a mail-in ballot that you have not returned yet DO NOT mail it now. In order to be counted, all ballots must be at your county’s clerk and recorders office by the time polls close.

Instead you can drop them off at any polling place on Election Day or at the 24-hour ballot drop box at any Voter Service Center in Denver (Denver resident’s only. Check with your county to see where dop-off sites are located).

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