Elections

Douglas Votes

Voters Registered as of 10/01/2014 | Democratic: 45,120 | Republican: 105,359 | Other: 74,665 | Total: 225,144

One 49 cent first class stamp is needed to return your ballot to our office through the mail or you can drop off your voted ballot at one of our Ballot Drop-off Locations.


Don’t Miss the Vote – Three Easy Steps

1. If you have not received your ballot, come to a Voter Service and Polling Center.

2. Find the status of your ballot using the voter search tool on the right.

3. Don’t give your ballot to a stranger to return for you. Return your ballot through the post office, or by delivering it to one of our Ballot Drop-off Locations.

Registered Voter Search

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Return your Ballot before Nov. 4

Six Voter Service and Polling CentersVoter Service and Polling Centers (VSPCs) are available countywide to obtain a replacement ballot, register to vote, vote a ballot, drop off a voted ballot or receive other elections assistance. If dropping off a voted ballot is your only need, visit one of the five convenient drive-up 24-hours-a-day Ballot Drop-off Locations throughout Douglas County.

All registered voters who request a ballot at a VSPC must provide identification. VSPCs and Ballot Drop-off Locations close at 7 p.m. on Election Day. Don’t Miss the Vote!

Six Voter Assistance sites open Oct. 20

Beginning Oct. 20, six Douglas County Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPCs) will open for early voting, replacement ballot requests, and additional voter assistance in preparation for the Nov. 4 General Election. Find VSPC locations and hours, as well as locations of the five, 24-hours-a-day Ballot Drop-off Locations in the list of links below.

All Ballots mailed beginning Oct. 14

Ballots for the Nov. 4 General Election will be mailed to all Douglas County registered voters the week of Oct. 14.

If you are registered to vote and do not receive your ballot by Oct. 21, contact our office to request a replacement. Your replacement ballot may be sent by mail until Oct. 28.

To ensure that voters receive replacement ballots in time for the Nov. 4 General Election, all ballot requests after Oct. 28 must be made and delivered in person at one of the many convenient Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPCs) listed below.

Don’t miss the vote!

Don’t Miss the Vote!

Planning to vote in the November 4, 2014 General Election?  Use the Registered Voter Search tool at the top of the page for instructions and information including:

  • Voter registration
  • Voter status
  • Voting locations
  • Ballot information

For additional information about the 2014 General Election, contact the Douglas County Elections Division at 303-660-7444.

Upcoming Elections

Choose a tab from below for information about the upcoming elections planned and coordinated by Douglas County Government.  There may also be recent or upcoming municipal or special district elections that could impact you. Please visit the pages of our for information on additional elections. Their information can be found in the “Contact Partner Agencies” menu option on the left-hand side of the page.

    Avoid lines on Election Day.  Return your Ballot by Mail.

    Polls close at 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. Partial results will be posted shortly thereafter.

    Important Dates

    • Ballots must be in the Elections office by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day
    • Important Dates



    Avoid lines on Election Day.  Return your Ballot by Mail.

    Polls close at 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. Partial results will be posted shortly thereafter.

    Important Dates

    • Ballots must be in the Elections office by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day
    • Important Dates (coming soon)

    Election Information

    • Sample Ballot
      (coming soon)
    • TABOR Blue Book (coming soon)
    • Ballot Information (coming soon)

    Voter Assistance & Services