If you're one of the many millennials moving around the country at greater rates than ever before and have questions on how your residency could affect your ability to vote, please consult the following link to a voting guide for young voters.
This guide includes:
- How to register to vote in all 50 states
- Breaking down the myths of voting in college
- An unbiased overview of the platform issues and where each party stands
Please affix adequate postage if returning your ballot by mail.
- The Self Affirmation on the Mail Ballot Envelope MUST BE SIGNED by the voter.
- Please use black or blue ink ONLY to mark your ballot.
- Additionally, on the voter label if there is an "ID REQUIRED" symbol, be sure to enclose a copy of your ID with your ballot.
Information for Unaffiliated Voters
Colorado law now allows unaffiliated voters to vote in a primary election. Unaffiliated voters may choose a Party preference ballot to vote and return that party ballot, or unaffiliated voters that have not chosen a party preference will receive a ballot packet containing two ballots, one Democratic ballot and one Republican ballot. These voters may choose ONLY ONE of these ballots to return and discard the ballot that is not used.
- Sending in two voted ballots will disqualify all of your votes.
- Unaffiliated voters choosing to vote in this election will not become affiliated with a political party.
- Return only the ONE ballot that was voted on in the return envelope.
- Eligible electors who are not affiliated with a political party may declare an affiliation with a participating political party.