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DENVER DECIDES ELECTION COVERAGE


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QUESTIONS ABOUT WHAT'S ON YOUR BALLOT?

This video has the answers. During the 2019 Coordinated Election, Denver voters will decide on several ballot issues, including legalizing sports betting to fund state water projects, and what the state will be able to do with excess funds that are currently refunded in accordance with TABOR. Plus, you will be asked to vote on members of the Denver Public Schools Board of Directors, a body that serves nearly 93,000 students. Ballots will begin mailing out this week, and the last day to vote is November 5, 2019.

 

LIVE SCHOOL BOARD FORUMS

In 2019, 9 candidates are running for 3 open seats on the Denver School Board. The election will take place on Tuesday, November 5. The seven-member School Board sets policy and oversees the superintendent of Denver Public Schools, which serves nearly 93,000 students. 

  • Ballots mail to voters October 15
  • Vote Centers open October 28
  • Last Day to Vote is November 5 at 7 pm

Check your Voter Registration, learn about where to vote, and more at DenverVotes.org 

 

2019 COORDINATED ELECTION VIDEOS

 

PROTECTING YOUR VOTE

 

Worried about security in the elections process? Fear not. Colorado's award-winning election systems are ranked among the nation’s safest. This video details how Denver Elections Division is making your votes safer, faster, and more secure in through risk-limiting audits.



 

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE HOW TO REGISTER TO VOTE

 

For the hearing impaired:

Registering to vote and keeping your registration current is easy in Denver! You can register every day leading up to and including election day, which is May 7, 2019. This video will walk you through the simple process and requirements.

 

LEARN HOW TO VOTE

 

Are you confused about any aspect of how to vote? We've got you covered. In this video, Denver Decides and Denver Votes come together to help you understand how to vote, how to update your voter information, check your registration, where you can drop off your ballots, how to navigate the mail ballot delivery system, meet your candidates, see them debate one another, and get to know the ballot issues, because every election is important and every vote counts.

 

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE HOW TO VOTE

 

For the hearing impaired:

Are you confused about any aspect of how to vote? We've got you covered. In this video, Denver Decides and Denver Votes come together to help you understand how to vote, how to update your voter information, check your registration, where you can drop off your ballots, how to navigate the mail ballot delivery system, meet your candidates, see them debate one another, and get to know the ballot issues, because every election is important and every vote counts.

 

 

Access voter information, register to vote, find a polling place,
view an interactive sample ballot, and track your ballot!

OUR PARTNERS
Inter Neighborhood Cooperation logo League of Women Voters logo Historic Denver logo  Denver Elections Division logo

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Denver Elections
Division

ABOUT US
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A Community Partnership for Accessible, Transparent Elections, Denver Decides is a coalition of community civic organizations in Denver comprised of Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation, League of Women Voters, and Historic Denver in cooperation with various neighborhood and civic organizations.

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CONTACT US

 

For specific voting and ballot information, please visit the Denver Elections Division

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OPEN RECORDS REQUESTS

CORA - Citywide Colorado Open Records Fee Policy

In order to pay for the cost of staff, custodians of public records within the City and County of Denver may charge for research and retrieval time necessary to respond to requests for records under the Colorado Open Records Act (“CORA”).  Pursuant to C.R.S. §24-72-205(6), effective July 1, 2014, staff time may be charged at a rate not to exceed $30.00 per hour.  There shall be no charge for the first hour of time for research and retrieval of records.