Colorado conducts its elections mainly by mail, but voters do have the option to cast their ballot in person on Tuesday. Here’s what to know:
How to vote
Every registered voter in Colorado was mailed a ballot. To be counted, ballots must be received by a county election official by 7 p.m. local time.
You can check the status of your mail ballot through the secretary of state’s website.
Not sure if you’re registered to vote? You can search the state’s voter rolls here by providing your name, birthday and ZIP code.
Where to vote
If you prefer to cast a ballot in person, on Election Day, you can vote at any polling location in your county from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. You can find ones closest to you by searching your address here, which will also show you the closest ballot drop box locations.
What’s on the ballot
Several statewide offices are on the ballot this year. Senator Michael Bennet, a Democrat, is seeking his third term. Gov. Jared Polis, also a Democrat, is defending the seat he has held since 2019. There are also primaries in House races.
Colorado voters can see exactly what will appear on their ballots here.