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2019 Municipal Election Information

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  How to Vote

  • Register to Vote - register to vote & keep your address up-to-date on GoVoteColorado
  • Vote By Mail - ballots will be mailed to voters the week of April 15, or you may:
  • Vote In-Person - voters may also choose to vote in-person at a Vote Center beginning April 29. Visit a Vote Center before Election Day to avoid a wait
  • Ballots must be received by 7pm on May 7, 2019 
     

  Important Dates

  • April 15: Ballots begin mailing to active voters
  • April 15: 22-day residency deadline
  • April 15: Drop-boxes open across the City
  • April 29: Vote Centers open
  • May 7: Election Day
    • Vote Centers open 7am - 7pm
    • Ballots must be received by 7pm
  • June 4: Run-Off Election
    • Vote Centers open 7am - 7pm
    • Ballots must be received by 7pm

     

  Track Your Ballot

Track the status of your ballot by signing up for Denver's innovative ballot tracking system:

  Questions? Connect With Us


Call or text: 303-653-9668  
 
 
 
 
 

  Where to Vote or Drop-Off Your Ballot

Interactive map coming soon.

PDF list of Vote Centers & Drop-boxes.

   What's On the Ballot

The following races will appear on the May 2019 Municipal Election ballot:

  • Mayor
  • Auditor
  • Clerk & Recorder
  • City Council - At-Large (2 seats)
  • City Council - District 1
  • City Council - District 2
  • City Council - District 3
  • City Council - District 4
  • City Council - District 5
  • City Council - District 6
  • City Council - District 7
  • City Council - District 8
  • City Council - District 9
  • City Council - District 10
  • City Council - District 11
  • Initiated Questions (TBD)
  • Referred Questions (TBD)

Any races without a determined winner in the May 2019 Municipal Election will appear on the June 2019 Municipal Election Run-Off.

A list of current candidates can be found here.

A list of current or pending ballot intitiatives can be found here.