Register to Vote:
Verify Your Voter Registration Information:
Track the Status of Your Ballot:
Acceptable Forms of Voter Identification
All voters who vote at the polls must provide identification. If you are voting by mail for the first time, you may also need to provide a photocopy of your ID. See the list of acceptable ID here.
Overseas Voters - Military and U.S. Citizens Abroad:
Withdraw your Colorado Voter Registration:
2016 ELECTION RESOURCES...
View the Sample Ballot for the November 8th 2016 General Election here.
View the TABOR (Tax Payer Bill of Rights) here.
Colorado Blue Book:
View the State Blue Book here.
WHERE TO VOTE ...
- The Voter Service and Polling Center Location(s) linked here, apply to county elections, i.e. elections conducted by the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder. Precincts and polling places for elections conducted by other political subdivisions (such as municipalities) may be different. For information relating to municipal elections, please contact the clerk of your city or town.
- If you vote in person at a Voter Service or Polling Center or during Early Voting in a county election, Colorado law requires voters to present an acceptable form of identification. Click here to view a list of acceptable forms of identification. (Again, the legal requirements for voting in municipal elections may be different, so please contact the clerk of the city or town regarding acceptable forms of identification in municipal elections.)