Vote Like Your Rights Depend On It
Find the information you need to exercise your right to vote, learn about ACLU-CO endorsed ballot initiatives and help us get-out-the-vote!
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- Where’s my ballot? All registered Colorado voters receive a mail ballot to the address with which they’re registered after October 9th. You can check your voter registration status, including your residential address, at the Secretary of State’s website.
- Who has the right to vote in this election? You are an eligible vote if you will be 18 years of age or older at the time of the election, are a United States citizen, and a resident of Colorado. For more info, click HERE.
- Eligible voters have a right to same-day voter registration. You can register at a Voter Service & Polling Location (VSPC) or, if you have a Colorado license, you may register online. For full details visit HERE
- How can I cast my ballot?
- Return your ballot at a drop-box. Ballots returned via dropbox do not require postage. You may return your ballot at any dropbox. Ballots must be received by 7 pm on Tuesday, November 3rd. To find your nearest dropbox visit JustVoteColorado.org.
- Vote in person at a Voter Service & Polling Center (VSPC). At a VSPC, you can receive voting assistance from poll workers, replace a ballot, check your voter registration, or register to vote. Click HERE.
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Colorado Election Rules and Procedures
After Congress enacted the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) in 2002, Colorado passed legislation to implement HAVA’s requirements. One provision is designed.... | Read More
Danielson v. Dennis
A Colorado statute provides that persons on parole—approximately 6000 in Colorado—are forbidden to vote or to register to vote. C.R.S. §.... | Read More
Baca v. Orr
In this lawsuit involving a challenge to whether a proposed initiative should be placed on the ballot, the ACLU of Colorado filed an amicus brief with.... | Read More
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HB20-1081:Multilingual Ballot Access
The bill requires the secretary of state (secretary) and county clerk
and recorders (county clerk) of certain counties to provide multilingual
ballot.... | Read More
HB20-1010:Colorado Accurate Residence For Redistricting Act
For purposes of the census, the federal census bureau counts
prisoners in the correctional facility in which they were housed as of
April 1 of the year.... | Read More
HB19-1266: Restore Voting Rights Parolees:
Existing law prohibits a person serving a sentence of parole from
being eligible to register to vote or to vote in any election. Section 1 of
the bill.... | Read More