COLORADO – Local Clerk & Recorder offices across Colorado mailed out ballots for the November election on Monday, October 15th. Colorado voters have a lengthy ballot his year as we choose a new Governor, decide who will represent us locally, consider municipal and school district ballot measures, and make our choices on several constitutional and statutory ballot measures. Pueblo is also electing a mayor for the first time in decades.
October 29th is the last day to submit a voter registration application and still receive a ballot in the mail. Register online at govotecolorado.com.
You can always check the status of your voter registration at govotecolorado.com.
On October 30th, you can still submit an application at a Voter Service and Polling Center up to the day of the general election. (See below for links to county information)
By 7 p.m. on November 6th, all ballots must be received by local clerk and recorder offices. Dropping it in the mail by October 31st ensures it will make it on time. A larger ballot means you’ll need to put 2 stamps on! Personally delivering your ballot to a Voter Service and Polling Center or authorized drop-off location will save you the postage.
Find your locations and dates here, along with information on everything within your county’s ballot:
- El Paso County
- Pueblo County
- Teller County
- Fremont County
- Custer County
- Otero County
- Baca County
- Las Animas County
- Crowley County
- Huerfano County
- Prowers County
- Bent County
As mentioned, we’re electing a new Governor this year. News5 hosted a debate between Walker Stapleton and Jared Polis this month. Get caught up on their stances by reading the candidate profiles or watching THE State Debate.
Learn more about all the statewide candidates:
News5 is also watching out for you with explanations on how write-in candidates work and the major ballot issues:
- El Paso County 1A Safety Sales Tax
- Pueblo County Marijuana Sales Tax Increase
- Amendment A – Prohibit Slavery
- Amendment Y – Congressional Redistricting
- Amendment Z – Legislative Redistricting
- Amendment 73 – Funding for Public Schools
- Amendment 74 – Just Compensation for Reduction in Fair Market Value
- Amendment 75 – Campaign Contributions
- Prop 109 – Transportation Funding (Fix Our Damn Roads)
- Prop 110 – Authorize Bonds for Transportation Projects
- Prop 111 – Payday Loans
- Prop 112 – Setback Requirement for Oil and Gas Development
You may have already received the Ballot Information Booklet (Blue Book) which provides voters with the text, title, and a fair and impartial analysis of each initiated or referred constitutional amendment, law, or question on the ballot.