State Election Hub
At GoVoteColorado.com you can:
Register to vote in Colorado
Check and Update your registration Is your registration Active? Is your address correct?
Request your ballot be mailed to a different address
Click here to Register to Vote in Colorado with your Colorado Drivers License, Colorado ID or social security number.
You can also download and complete a paper registration form and return it to your County Elections Office.
Yes, all public high schools must have a staff member trained in voter registration. High Schools should participate in the High School Voter Registration Challenge and are eligible to receive the Eliza Pickrell Routt award.
For more information on voting as a college student, visit the Secretary of State's Voting While In College FAQ
CO Tops with 63% Youth Voter Turnout in the 2020 Election.
2020 Colorado Election Results
Find the results of the general and primary elections
Common Questions after Election Day: A Student Guide This guide from the Campus Election Engagement Project walks students through some of the most common questions they may have after Election Day.
Colorado Campus Voting Challenge
In fall 2020 Colorado's Secretary of State launched the Colorado Campus Voting Challenge. The Challenge is a nonpartisan competition between higher education institutions in Colorado with a commitment to increasing student voter participation and engagement on campuses across the state. Institutions that opt into the Challenge will be provided guidance and tools to create an action plan for increasing student engagement on their campus and are eligible to receive recognition for their efforts.
Q: Does my vote really matter?
A: Yes! A surprising number of elections have been decided by only a few votes. Check out the video Incredibly Close Elections: Why Your Vote Matters.
Q: How is the signature on my ballot verified?
A: The signature on your ballot is compared to the signature on your drivers license to establish identity. Writing your signature as closely as you can to what is on your ID will help ensure your signature is accepted.
Q: Do I need to include my ID with my mail ballot?
A: If you did not show ID at the time you registered and are now voting by mail for the first time, you will have a slip in your ballot asking for a photo of your ID. If ID is requested but not included, your ballot will be rejected.
Q: Do I need a stamp to return my mail ballot?
A: All ballots that are sent through the mail must have postage. Ballots dropped off in local drop boxes do not need a stamp. Drop boxes are not the same as mail boxes, and are marked as such. Drop box locations will be included in the envelope with your ballot.
CO Elections Youth Advisory Council
The Colorado Elections Youth Advisory Committee a nonpartisan volunteer group that is not associated with any political party, does not support or oppose candidates for public office and does not advocate on ballot measures.
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