Ballots Arriving to Voters According to New Post-Election Districts

Published on March 17, 2023

Ballots Arriving to Voters According to New Post-Election Districts

DENVER – On March 13, 2023, the Office of the Denver Clerk & Recorder’s Elections Division mailed ballots for the 2023 Municipal Election according to district lines set in 2022 by Denver City Council’s redistricting process. The redistricting process moved 46 precincts into new districts either fully or partially, corresponding to approximately 64,000 active voters or 14% of all active voters. New districts go into effect after the April 4 election, and voters have a say in their district and citywide representation for the next 4 years.

Voters can verify their new district on our website at Voters can also get support in person at a voter service and polling center (VSPC). For nearest VSPC locations, opening dates, and hours, voters can check the information they received with their ballot, or visit If voters have not received their ballot in the mail by Monday, March 20, they can contact our office directly using 720-913-VOTE (8683).


Every 10 years, Denver City Council must redraw district maps to create 11 districts that are as evenly populated, as geographically compact, and as reasonable as possible to uphold the one-person-one-vote standard in the U.S. Constitution. To learn more about the redistricting process, visit the City Council website.

For election information including:

• Relevant dates
• Voter registration directions
• Sign up for ballot tracking notices
• Sample and interactive ballots in English and Spanish
• Digital ballot information booklet in English and Spanish, and more, visit