Colorado voters in all 64 counties have the opportunity to track their ballots for the 2022 General Election using BallotTrax, a program first implemented statewide in Colorado by Secretary of State Jena Griswold in 2020.
“Statewide ballot tracking allows voters to follow their ballot from the time it is sent by their local County Clerk’s office to when it is counted,” said Secretary Griswold. “I encourage all Colorado voters to take advantage of this program during the 2022 General Election in Colorado.”
Statewide ballot tracking enables voters to receive a limited number of notifications by phone, email, or text about the status of their mail ballot, from the time it is mailed to the voter to when it is received and accepted for counting. As of July 2022, nearly 2 million Colorado voters were enrolled in BallotTrax — 52% of the electorate.
Counties began mailing ballots to active registered voters yesterday, October 17, and many existing BallotTrax users have already received status updates on their ballots. Military and overseas ballots for the General Election were sent by September 24, 2022.
Voters can enroll themselves in BallotTrax by going to GoVoteColorado.gov and clicking on “Sign up for BallotTrax.”
For more information on Colorado’s 2022 General Election, to register to vote, or update your voter registration, please visit www.GoVoteColorado.gov.