Elected officials up and down the ballot can impact our daily lives and the well-being of our communities. From health care to housing, education to immigration, and child care to local taxation, elected officials influence programs, policies, and funding that directly affect children and families.
The 2020 General Election is on Tuesday, November 3rd. Voting is our chance to stand up for our families and our communities. We ALL deserve to have our voices heard this election season.
Check out Go Vote Colorado to register to vote or ensure your mailing address is current. You can also find information specific to your county here.
Here are some key dates in Colorado:
- Friday, October 9 – Counties will begin mailing ballots to registered voters.
- October 19 through November 3 – Drop boxes are available and polling centers are open.
- Monday, October 26 – Last day to submit or update a voter registration and still receive a ballot in the mail.
- Tuesday, November 3 – Election Day! Polls will be open 7am-7pm. In Colorado, you can register to vote and vote in person up to 7pm on Election Day. If you filled your ballot out at home, be sure to turn it in at a dropbox by 7pm!
Voting lets us weigh in on the issues that are most important to us. Be a role model for your community and vote!