How to Register Vote on Colorado

Voter Registration How to Register Vote on Colorado

How to Register to Vote in Colorado

Voting is one of our most essential civic responsibilities as citizens of the United States. That is why it is critical to double-check that your voter registration information is current and accurate. Colorado allows voters to register to vote online. All you have to do is print a voter registration form, fill it out, and submit it to your local election office. If you prefer, you can register to vote Colorado in person.

Elections are great. Even though they happen every year, you only have to register to vote once. This regulation has several exceptions. You must re-register if one of the following applies to you:

  • You switch political parties.
  • You decide to change your name.
  • In the last four years, you haven't voted.
  • You move to a different state.

Don't know where to begin? DoNotPay will help you get started. DoNotPay can help you register to vote, change your information, cancel your registration, or check that you've registered with just a few clicks.

Who Can Vote in Colorado?

To register in Colorado, you must first meet this list of requirements:

  1. Must be a U.S. citizen.
  2. Must be a Colorado resident for at least 22 days before the election you want to vote.
  3. Must be 16 years old, but you must be at least 17 years of age to vote in primary elections if you will be 18 or older before the next General election. (You must be 18 years of age to vote in any other election).
  4. Must not serve a prison or confinement sentence for a felony conviction.

How to Register to Vote in Colorado

There are several ways you can register to vote in Colorado. If you have a legitimate Colorado driver's license or state-issued ID card from the Colorado Department of Revenue, you can register to vote online.

The Secretary of State's website, county clerk and recorder's offices, and any federal post office that accepts voter registration applications have printable voter registration forms. Your completed and signed form can then be mailed, faxed, or scanned and emailed to your county clerk and recorder's office.

In addition, you can register to vote in person. In-person voter registration is available at a variety of locations, including:

  • A Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles office. Visit one when applying for a driver's license or updating your driver's license information
  • Offices that provide public help, including state-funded programs, and largely focus on providing services to people with disabilities
  • Recruiting offices for the United States Armed Forces
  • Any federal, state, or municipal government entity and any nongovernmental organization offering voter registration services or applications
  • A polling place and voter help center

A voter registration campaign is another option for registering to vote in person.

How to Update Voter Information in Colorado

If you are a Colorado voter already registered, go to their website to confirm your registration. You can also amend your address and party affiliation after your registration is validated.

You can amend your inactive voter registration status by sending a signed request, filling out an online voter registration application, or going in person.

Voter Registration Deadlines in Colorado

Below is a guide for voter registration deadlines in Colorado:

Registration MethodDeadline
OnlineEight days before the election
In-PersonThis service is available until and including Election Day
MailThe postmark deadline is 8 days before election day

It’s important to know when’s the last day of voter registration to avoid mishaps before Election Day.

How to Cancel/Unregister to Vote in Colorado

You have the following options for canceling or withdrawing your registration:

  • Visit the Secretary of State's website to cancel your registration online.
  • You can also request a withdrawal form from the Colorado State Elections Office, which they'll mail to you.
  • Send a personal note that includes the following information.
  • Your given name
  • Date of Birth and Address
  • Your Social Security Number's last four digits
  • Signature
  • The time and date of the request

DoNotPay can help you with various voter registration situations, like finding out if you need to register yearly.

How to Register to Vote/Cancel Your Voter Registration/Update Your Voter Information if You Can’t Do It Yourself

DoNotPay will help you get started if you don't know where to begin. DoNotPay can help you register to vote, change your information, cancel your registration, or check that you've registered with just a few clicks.

All you have to do is:

  1. Search "voter registration," on DoNotPay.

     

  2. Select whether you want to register to vote, change your voter information, cancel your registration, or verify your registration.

     

  3. Enter the state you want to register in (or are registered in) and confirm that you meet the eligibility requirements. Answer a few questions about you to help us verify your identity and complete your application.

     

  4. Provide your signature and verify that your information is correct.

     

And that's it! DoNotPay will ensure your registration changes get sent to the right office and update your registration status accordingly.

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As citizens of the United States, one of our most important civic responsibilities is voting. That's why it's so important to double-check that your voter registration information is up to date and correct.

If you wish to register to vote, alter your information, cancel your registration, or verify that you've registered, contact DoNotPay today!

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