We’re pleased to offer a very helpful tool for citizens. VOTE411.org is a "one-stop-shop" for election related information. It provides nonpartisan information to the public with both general and state-specific information, including the location of polling places. We’re especially pleased that all Colorado districts are now included.
Information about eligibility, where and how to register, and a registration form that includes a change of address option can be found here.
Am I Still Registered?
You are registered if you voted in the last general election and have not moved, or if you have registered since that date. If you have moved, you are required to change your address with your County Clerk. If you did not vote in the last two general elections, you may be declared “inactive” and may need to re-register or reactivate your voting status. Visit the "Links" section of this website and click on the League of Women Voters of Colorado. See "Your Voice Your Vote" for more info. Verify your voting status here.
In addition to your basic registration information, the results of the voter registration search tell you your local, state and national districts. Once you know those districts you can find your
November 8, 2016 General Election
The Denver League organizes forums for candidates for local offices, usually in partnership with Denver Channel 8 and Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation. The events are broadcast on Channel 8 and are also archived so they can be accessed via the Web. Click here for the most current schedule of the candidate forums in your district.
Complete details of channel replay times are at www.DenverGov.org/Denver8TV.
The Denver League also produces pro-con brochures about local ballot issues, while the Colorado League produces pro-con information on statewide issues. Look for these on this website and at your local library later this fall.
Know A College Student?
Help them vote! BestColleges.com recently published a voting guide for students, which is useful for both first-time and out-of-state voters.