Tuesday, June 28th: Election Day
2022 CAUCUS INFORMATION
Precinct caucuses are meetings of registered electors within a precinct who are members of a particular major political party. The purpose of precinct caucuses is to elect precinct committee persons and delegates to county assemblies. Caucuses are held in locations across Colorado and are open to the public. If you decide to Caucus for a candidate, you may also need to attend the County and State Assemblies that will be held later in March and April. See below for some important dates and links.
- Precinct Caucuses begin on Tuesday, March 1st and must be completed by Saturday, March 5th
- Count Assemblies must be completed by March 26th
- Democratic and Republican State Assemblies will be held on April 9th
- To learn more about Caucuses visit the Secretary of State's Caucus FAQs and the Democratic and Republican Party Websites.
REQUIREMENTS TO VOTE IN THE 2022 Election
- will be 18 years of age or older at the time of the election (i.e. if you will be age 18 or older by 6/28/22)
- are a United States citizen,
- have resided in Colorado 22 days immediately before the election (6/6 at the latest) at which you intend to vote, AND
- are not currently serving a sentence of confinement or detention for a felony conviction.
You may register to vote at any time up to and including on Election Day. You can do so on the Colorado Secretary of State’s website or in person at a Voter Service and Polling Center. If you want to receive a ballot by mail, you must register no later than June 20.
HOW TO VOTE IN THE ELECTION
UPDATE YOUR REGISTRATION
If you have a Colorado driver’s license or ID, you can easily update your voter registration on the Secretary of State’s website. If you do not have a Colorado driver’s license or ID, you can update your voter registration by completing this form and returning it to your county clerk and recorder via mail, fax, or email. If you cannot locate your voter record online, please contact your county clerk and recorder’s office. A list of all county clerk and recorder’s offices can be found here.
To receive a ballot by mail, your address must be current. Check your voter registration and update your address no later than June 20 in order to receive a ballot in the mail. After June 20, you may go to any Voter Service & Polling Center (VSPC) and obtain a ballot or cast a ballot in-person.
At least one VSPC will be open in your county for the primary election starting on June 20th and ending at 7PM on June 28th. Find your closest Voter Service and Polling Center for the election on our homepage.
VOTE IN PERSON
Every Coloradan has the option to vote in person rather than returning their mail ballot. You may vote in person at any Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC) in your county. Find the closest VSPC to you by using the map below.
VOTE YOUR MAIL BALLOT
You can complete your mail ballot and either return it by mail or deposit it at a drop box or Voter Service & Polling Center (VSPC). Find the closest drop box or VSPC to you by using the map below.
If you return your ballot via mail, make sure to affix postage. All ballots must be received by 7 PM on Election Day: Tuesday, November 2. Postmarks do not count.
WHAT YOU CAN DO AT A VOTER SERVICE AND POLLING CENTER (VSPC):
- Register to vote or update your registration
- Vote in person
- Get a replacement ballot
- Drop off your mail ballot