As always, it's best to double check with your state for any recent changes to election rules: Colorado Election Website
COVID-19 info for Colorado
- Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Colorado, Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment
You can register and cast a ballot up through Election Day by appearing in-person at a Voter Service and Polling Center during the Early Voting period or on Election Day. Contact your Local Election Office if you have any questions.
Absentee ballots will automatically be sent to all registered voters. If you need your ballot sent somewhere other than your usual address, contact your local election official at least one month before the election so you have time to receive the ballot.
Colorado has all mail voting, but in-person voting centers are open beginning 15 days before the election (may vary by county).
Colorado has all mail voting, but in-person voting centers are open through Election Day (may vary by county).
If you are voting in person in Colorado, you will need to provide a valid form of ID at the time you vote. All the forms of ID that show your address must be a Colorado address in order for the form of ID to qualify.
Valid forms of ID include:
If you're not voting for the first time in Colorado, you don't need to show ID to vote.
If you're a first time Colorado voter who registered by mail and you didn't provide ID when you registered, you'll need to provide a photocopy of one of the following forms of ID along with your mail ballot: