City of Denver Spring 2019 Run Off Municipal Election

ELECTION DAY IS JUNE 4, 2019
MAIL BALLOTS WILL BE SENT BEGINNING ON MAY 20, 2019

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I register to vote?

You can register to vote in Colorado in one of the following ways:

1. Online (requires a valid Colorado driver's license or ID): You can register to vote online using the Colorado Secretary of State’s website.

2. Mail, Fax, or Email: Fill out and sign the Colorado Voter Registration Form. Print, sign, and return the form to your county clerk and recorder’s office.

How do I vote?

Ballots for the Denver County 2019 Run-Off Municipal Election will be mailed to every registered voter beginning on May 20th. Make sure that your address is current on your registration (see below on how to check and/or update your address). To return your voted mail ballot, either drop it in the mail (postage is required) or deposit it at a ballot drop-off location. You can find your closest ballot drop-off location using the map on our homepage. Alternately, you can vote in person on a voting machine beginning on May 28, 2019. See below for more information on voting in person.

How do I know if I am registered to vote?

You can use the Secretary of State's website to check your registration. If you are registered and you need to update your address, you can do this at the same time.

What if I am not a registered voter?

You can register to vote at any time up to and including Election Day. After May28th, you can register, pick up a ballot (or vote in person) at these locations. 

When are mail ballots being sent?

Ballots will be put in the mail beginning on May 20, 2019.

How can I update my voter registration?

You have two options for updating your voter registration record:

1. Online (requires a valid Colorado driver’s license or ID): You can easily update your voter registration record online using the Secretary of State's website.

2. Via Mail, Fax, or Email: Fill out and sign the Colorado Voter Registration Form. Make sure to complete Section 8, “Updating a Current Record”. Print, sign, and return the form to your county clerk and recorder’s office.

When does my ballot have to be returned?

All ballots must be received by the City Clerk by 7:00 PM on Election Day, June 4, 2019. Postmarks DO NOT count.

How do I return my ballot?

You can return your ballot several different ways:

• Put it in the mail. Remember to include postage, and be sure to allow time for delivery. All ballots must be received by 7 PM on June 4th. Postmarks do not count!

• Deposit it at any ballot drop-off location. You can use the map at the top of this page to locate your nearest ballot drop-off location. Do I have the option to vote in person?

Yes. You can vote in person on an accessible voting machine at any of the Voter Service and Voting Centers. You can vote at any of these locations beginning on May 28th. The hours of operation are May 28 - May 31 from 10 AM to 6 PM, June 1st 10 AM - 2 PM, and June 3rd 10 AM - 6 PM Voting will be available on Election Day (June 4th) from 7 AM to 7 PM.

Do I have to show my ID to vote?

If you are voting for the first time in Colorado and did not provide ID when you registered to vote, you will need to supply a copy of your ID with your mail ballot. If this is required, your mail ballot packet will be marked ID REQUIRED to show that you need to supply a copy of an ID. See this list for acceptable forms of ID.

I will be out of town during the election. Can I still vote?

Yes. You can add a mailing address, different from your registration address, to your record and have your ballot mailed to that address. If you have a valid Colorado driver's license or ID, you can designate this alternate mailing address by visiting the Secretary of State's website.