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Voter and Elections Information 2019

Election Day this year is Tuesday November 5, 2019

 

Boulder County Election Information is available here


Colorado DOES NOT have a registration deadline. 

Eligible voters can register and vote on the same day

Eligibility requirements are listed here

Register and Vote

 

Voter Registration FAQ


You can declare a Party affiliation OR register Unaffiliated

   Democratic Party in Boulder County

   Republican Party in Boulder County

   
Additional party info can be found on the Colorado Secretary of State's Web page.

Here is he 2019 Elections Calendar

Boulder County—Elections Division
Click here for Boulder County Elections

Changes in Colorado 2019


Two bills affecting voting rights passed in the 2019 Colorado General Assembly and go into effect on July 1. Information from the Colorado Secretary of State is forthcoming. 
 
•  Restoration of Voting Rights to Parolees, effective July 1, 2019 - HB19-1266:


•  Automatic Voter Registration, sections 1, 6 & 7 are effective July 1, 2020.  The remaining sections of SB 19-235 are effective August 2, 2019:
    §1   The Dept. of Revenue (DOR) is required to transfer to the Sec. of State (SOS) the electronic record of each eligible elector (e.g., name, dob, home and mailing address, county of residence, citizenship information and an electronic copy of the elector’s signature) who applies for the issuance, renewal, or correction of a Colorado driver’s license or identification card.  The information is reviewed by the county clerk who sends the elector a notice advising that they have been registered to vote.  If the elector does not return the notice w/i 20 days to either decline to be registered or to affiliate with a party, the elector is registered to vote.  . . .
    §3   The Dept. of Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF) is required to begin transferring to the SOS the electronic records of electors who apply for Medicaid.  The information is reviewed by the county clerk who sends the elector a notice advising that they have been registered to vote.  If the elector does not return the notice w/i 20 days to either decline to be registered or to affiliate with a party, the elector is registered to vote.  . . .
    §5  Unless a person knows they are ineligible to vote and intentionally takes voluntary action to become registered, the transfer of the person’s electronic record by DOR or HCPF does not constitute completion of a voter registration form by that person.  
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We Defend Your Right to Vote!

 

The League is dedicated to ensuring that all eligible voters -- particularly those from traditionally underrepresented or underserved communities, including first-time voters, non-college youth, new citizens, minorities, the elderly and low-income Americans -- have the opportunity and the information to exercise their right to voteYou can find answers to questions about the League's work on voting rights in our Voting Rights FAQ.

Can't find what you need? Send an email to our Voters Service director.

For New Voters

Your Voice, Your Vote is an online resource about the past, present and future of voting rights, primarily for high school students. Offering a wealth of written content, as well as a handful of filmed interviews, the site is a project of the LWV of Minnesota, generously funded by The Joyce Foundation.

The purpose is simple:

  • To highlight why voting rights are so important and how they affect every aspect of our lives
  • To focus on the people, not the power
  • To encourage deeper thinking about the connections between the past and our present, and
  • To challenge younger generations to get active around the future of our Democracy
Your Voice, Your Vote explores the interconnected issues that make up the history of voting rights in the United States. From pre-Columbus and the Doctrine of Discovery, to the creation of race and the barriers to participation, to the movements for suffrage and the progress made by the people. The site also looks at the current landscape, with a focus on how barriers and achievements today are connected to our national and state history.

 

More Voter Information

Colorado Secretary of State General Election Information

Check Your Voter Status
- verify your precinct number, party affiliation, residential and mailing addresses, and other voter registration details
- update your voter information 

During Elections, you can also
- view your sample ballot
- see if Boulder County Clerk's office sent you a mail ballot and check that your voted ballot was received and accepted.

Past Elections (Archives)

To learn more about  past elections click here
Information includes
  • pros and cons of ballot issues in Boulder County and statewide
  • election results
  • our League positions on the ballot issues
  • videos of candidate forums and legislators' forums.