County Clerks Begin Mailing Ballots for the November 8 General Election

Colorado County Clerks have mailed ballots to active eligible voters for the November 8 General Election.

“Colorado voters should start checking their mailboxes for their 2022 General Election Ballot,” said Secretary Griswold. “I encourage every eligible Coloradan who has not yet registered to vote to do so, there is still time!”

County Clerks must mail ballots to voters by October 21 for the General Election. Registered voters who do not receive a ballot should contact their County Clerk.

After October 31, Coloradans can still register to vote, receive a ballot, and vote in person at a voting center until 7 pm on Election Day.

Important information for Colorado voters:

  • All Colorado voters can sign up to track their ballot from sent to counted using BallotTrax.
  • Eligible voters who wish to mail back their voted ballot should do so by October 31 to ensure it is received by their county election official by November 8. After October 31 voters should return their ballot to a drop box or voting center.
  • Early voting begins on October 24. Some locations will open earlier, with 411 drop boxes and over 350 voting centers available this year, voters can look up the closest locations, opening date, and hours at GoVoteColorado.gov.
  • In person voting on Election Day, Tuesday November 8th, will be available from 7 am-7 pm
  • Eligible voters must have returned their ballot to a drop box or voting center by 7 pm on Election Day, or be in line to vote by 7 pm on Election Day for their ballot to be counted. Ballots cast by military and overseas voters must be sent no later than 7 pm on Election Day and received by close of business on the 8th day after the election (November 16).

Colorado voters can visit GoVoteColorado.gov to:

  • Register to vote or update their voter registration
  • Find their local County Clerk
  • Find their closest drop box or voting center
  • Sign up to track their ballot using BallotTrax
  • Find accurate election information

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