Voter Resources

Outreach and Engagement Toolkit

The Denver Elections Division is excited to offer the resources below to those who wish to communicate trusted information regarding the upcoming election. More links will be added as content is created. Check back soon!

Digital Materials

Register today graphic - Facebook
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Register today graphic - Twitter
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Register today graphic - Instagram
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Track your ballot graphic - Facebook
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Track your ballot graphic - Twitter
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Track your ballot graphic - Instagram
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Sample Messaging

Register to vote/update your address
The 2021 Coordinated Election is right around the corner! Make sure your registration is up to date—ballots will be mailed to all active voters beginning October 8. Visit to register or update your address.

Ballot tracking
Hey Denver, did you know you can track your ballot? Casting your mail ballot is safe and secure—get notifications via email or text about when your ballot is on its way to you and when it's been received for counting. Sign up at

Mail ballot security
The Denver Elections Division is committed to holding safe, secure and accessible elections for all eligible voters. There is no evidence that mail ballots are more subject to fraud than other methods of voting. Voting by mail is a solution that addresses many of the threats to our democracy, from the pandemic to foreign interference. Get more information on how mail ballots really work at

Options for voting
You have options to vote in Colorado! Your ballot will automatically be mailed to you beginning October 8. Return it by November 2 at a 24-hour drop box, drive-through, or by mail; or vote in person beginning October 18. Don't wait to cast your vote! Find locations at Need a new ballot? Use Denver's new curbside pick-up service or call 311.

Important Dates for Sharing

October 8

Ballots begin mailing to active voters
Drop boxes open across the city

October 11

22-day Colorado residency deadline

October 18

Wellington Webb Municipal Building opens as vote center

October 25

Last day to return your ballot by mail; use drop boxes after this date

November 2

Last day to vote (Election Day)


Other resources

Below are links to external voter resources at the local, state and national level. Please note that the Denver Office of the Clerk and Recorder and its Elections Division do not endorse or validate any of the content on the following websites.

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Denver Maps
Government page of Denver Maps that includes districts, representatives and voting locations information.

Denver Charter and Revised Municipal Code
Denver Charter and Municipal Code online access.


Colorado Revised Statutes
Colorado statutes and the state constitution online. For election laws, search Colorado Revised Statutes, Title 1.

Colorado Secretary of State Elections Center
Elections Center page of the Colorado Secretary of State website that provides numerous Colorado elections resources, including conducting voter registration drives and campaign finance filing for candidates and committees.

Colorado Secretary of State 2020 Elections Calendar
Details all election-related deadlines for the year.

Colorado Legislative Council
Legislative Council page of State of Colorado website providing information on the statewide initiative process, historical information on statewide ballot initiatives, and provides information on all initiatives on the statewide ballot during election times.

Special Districts Election Information
Colorado Division of Local Government website with information and resources with regard to special district elections.

United States

Federal Election Commission
Campaign finance information and reports for federal candidates, including campaign contribution maps; plus historic election and other information.

Help America Vote Act (HAVA) of 2002 Department of Justice and Election Assistance Commission HAVA pages of the Department of Justice and Election Assistance Commission websites providing background, text, and scope of the Act.

U.S. Election Assistance Commission
Established by the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) of 2002, to help jurisdiction comply with HAVA requirements. Serves as a national clearinghouse for elections information, accredits testing laboratories and certifies voting systems.

Voting Rights act of 1965 and other Acts
Voting section home page of the Department of Justice website giving background, text, and scope of the Acts and enforcement, FAQs, and other information.

Language Minority Provisions of Voting Rights Act
About Language Minority Voting Rights page of Department of Justice website presenting provisions, legal requirements, Section 203, guidelines, outreach, enforcement, and other language minority information.

Americans with Disabilities Act
Information, answers, enforcement and technical assistance on the Act.

U.S. Census Bureau
National population and demographic information.

Federal Voting Assistance Program
Absentee voting assistance for uniformed service members and overseas citizens. 

Other Resources

League of Women Voters of Denver
Nonpartisan organization that promotes voting.

Brennan Center for Justice
Voting Rights website of the New York University School of Law.

Design for Democracy
Project of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) to improve America's elections materials. Includes free voting posters.
Nonpartisan initiative of the Pew Center on the States.

Project Vote Smart
General candidates and issues information, including officials lookup feature.

Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition  
A nonprofit that encourages a person with a previous criminal record to register to vote once eligible.