Colorado: How to vote, where to vote and what’s on the ballot.
Colorado conducts its elections primarily by mail, but voters will have the option to vote in person on Tuesday. Here’s what you need to know:
How to vote
Every registered voter in Colorado was given a ballot. To be counted, ballots must be received by a provincial election officer by 7:00 p.m. local time at the latest.
You can check the status of your ballot via the Secretary of State website†
Not sure if you are registered to vote? You can search the state electoral rolls here by providing your name, date of birth and zip code.
Where to vote?
If you prefer to vote in person, you can vote on Election Day at any polling station in your county from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. You can find the nearest one by searching your address herewhich also shows you the nearest polling locations.
What’s on the ballot?
This year, several national offices are in the mood. Senator Michael Bennet, a Democrat, is aiming for his third term. Government Jared Polis, also a Democrat, is defending the seat he has held since 2019. There are also primaries in House races.
Colorado voters can see exactly what will appear on their ballots here†