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November 2020 General Election


 

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Colorado’s November 3 General Election includes races for President of the United States, U.S. Senate, House of Representatives, state legislative seats and more. Voters will also decide on statewide and local ballot measures. Some important things to know:

Ballots will be mailed to all active voters beginning October 9. It’s important to keep your registration up to date so you can receive your ballot as soon as possible.

Returning your ballot by mail or drop box is the safest and easiest way to vote. If you do need to vote in person, there may be significant delays due to increased sanitation procedures and physical distancing.


Want to know how the Denver Elections Division processes mail ballots safely and securely? Take a virtual ballot processing tour.

 

COVID-19 impact on elections

The Denver Elections Division is taking steps to protect election workers and voters during the COVID-19 pandemic. Make sure you can vote from home—check your voter registration and ensure your address is current at GoVoteColorado.gov.

Visit our Voting and Elections During COVID-19 page for details on the precautions we're taking.

 

   How do I vote?

Am I registered to vote?
Register to vote and make sure your address is up to date on GoVoteColorado by October 26 to receive a ballot by mail.

I need an accessible ballot
Voters will be able to request an accessible ballot (coming soon).

I need to pick up a ballot
Curbside ballot pickup will open October 12. More information coming soon.

I want to vote in person
See the map below for vote center locations and hours. Please wear a facial covering to protect yourself and others.

Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on November 3, 2020.

   Where do I vote or drop off my ballot?

Coming soon
 

   Research my ballot

Find candidate information and explore what your choices are with our Interactive Sample Ballot (coming soon).

    Important dates

October 9
    •  Ballots begin mailing to active voters
    •  Drop boxes open across the city

October 12
    •  22-day Colorado residency deadline
    •  Main Office vote center opens

October 19
    •  Phase 1 vote centers open across the city

October 26
    •  Last day to update your registration to receive a ballot by mail
    •  Last day to return your ballot by mail; return only to drop boxes
    •  Phase 2 vote centers open

October 30
    •  Phase 3 vote centers open

November 2
    •  All vote centers open

November 3
    •  Last day to vote
ballots must be received by 7 p.m.

    Track my ballot

BallotTRACE is the Denver Elections Division’s powerful ballot tracking and communications tool—and now it’s even easier to use. Get notifications via text or email about the status of your ballot.

 


Location & Hours
200 W. 14th Ave #100
Denver, CO 80204
Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

 

Denver Elections Division

Call: 303-653-9668
Text: 56003
elections@denvergov.org
Register to Vote | Track Your Ballot

  

 


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