Voting in 2019

How to Vote for Prop CC

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Election Day is November 5, 2019, but your ballot will get sent to you the week of October 15th. Mail or turn in your ballot with a YES for Prop CC as soon as you can.

Our opponents—super wealthy outsiders who want to take away Colorado kids’ funding for schools—are counting on the fact that we aren’t paying attention to the election in 2019. But we are going to prove them wrong. 

Check your voter registration

 

Here are additional important election dates:

Date

Event

More information

Oct. 14

22-day Colorado residency deadline

 

Oct. 15

Ballots are mailed to all registered voters

 

Oct. 15 - Nov. 5

As soon as you receive your ballot in the mail, you can vote

FAQs on voting in Colorado

Oct. 28

Last day to request a mail in ballot

 

Nov. 5

Election Day*

Polls close at 7:00 p.m. You can register to vote at your polling location. If you are in line at 7:00 p.m. you will be allowed to cast your vote, Mailed ballots must be received by 7 p.m. A postmark does not count.

*All ballots (including mail-in ballots) must be in the hands of your county clerk and recorder by 7 p.m. on Election Day

Additional Voting Information

  • Colorado has same day registration. This means you can register and vote up to November 5th at 7 p.m. 
  • Find where to vote, location of ballot boxes, what’s on the ballot, election results, and contact information for your county clerk and recorder. 
  • An individual can accept up to 9 ballots (10 including their own) and turn them into a ballot drop box per election. If you take someone’s ballot (with their permission) to turn in you must immediately turn that ballot in. You can not take it home and wait until a later date to turn it in. You may not alter or open the ballot. 

The most common mistakes on ballots are as follows:

  • No signature on the required signature line
  • If you are a first-time voter, you will need to include a photocopy of your ID inside your ballot. If you vote at a polling location, you will be asked for your ID the first time you vote and will not need to provide a photocopy.
  • The ballot bubbles not being filled in completely 
  • Voters missing the back of the ballots if there is more than one side

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