You should receive your ballot in the mail by June 16th.
Election Day is Tuesday, June 28, 2022.
Colorado is an all-mail-ballot state, and every eligible, active, registered voter will receive a ballot in the mail. Those who are affiliated with the Republican or Democratic party will receive a ballot only for their respective party. Unaffiliated voters will receive both a Democratic and a Republican ballot – but can only vote once. If an Unaffiliated voter votes and returns both ballots, neither one will count.
A few things to remember when voting your mail ballot:
· Be sure to remove the stub from your ballot before placing it into your return envelope.
· Sign and date the exterior of YOUR return envelope (it is illegal to sign someone else’s return envelope) – unsigned envelopes will not be processed until a signature matching that voter is secured.
· Your ballot is most at risk when it is in your possession – give it the respect and care it deserves and guard the secrecy of your vote.
· Return your ballot to your COUNTY, YOURSELF, – NEVER give your ballot to someone else. Remember, until June 20th, you can always put your voted ballot (in the signed return envelope) back out in your mailbox with a first-class stamp for the mail carrier to return for you. If you need to drop it into a 24-hour box, but don’t have the transportation – ask someone to give you a ride, rather than asking them to drop it for you.
· Once you place it into the mail or into one of our 24-hour boxes, we have very robust chains of custody in place to ensure your ballot is secure. We take great care with your ballot – please do the same.
· Pluck that “I Voted!” sticker from your instruction sheet to proudly display that you have voted – you no longer need go in person to snag that all-important sticker after voting.
If for any reason you receive a ballot at your address for a family member (or anyone) who no longer resides there, simply write “Return to sender – No longer at this address” on the exterior of the envelope and place it back out for the mail carrier to return to us. Doing so allows us to update the voter registration list accordingly.
If you do not receive your ballot by June 15th, please call the Clerk & Recorder Elections Office
IN PERSON REGISTRATION:
Colorado is also a same-day registration state, which means that you can register and vote until 7p on Election Day, Tuesday, June 28th. For a list of in-person voting sites and schedules, go to: Larimer County vote.larimer.gov — or Boulder County https://www.bouldercounty.org/elections/
Elections are conducted by ‘citizen judges’ who live and work in your neighborhoods – integrity is the highest calling of all who administer the election on your behalf. Please call the Clerk & Recorder Elections Office directly with any questions or concerns you may have – Larimer County 970.498.7820. — Boulder County 303-413-7740.
Thank you to Larimer County Elections for providing this easy check list.