×

01.

Help Me With...

Select from list
My Residential Property
My Driver's License or Vehicle Registration
Requesting Assistance
Elections
Health Department

02.

Select from list
My Property Valuation
Understanding My Valuation
Paying My Property Tax
Neighborhood Sales
Building Permits
Vehicle Registration - New Stickers
Vehicle Registration - New Vehicle
Drivers License - New or Renew
New Resident Vehicle Registration
Adult Protection
Child Welfare
Child Support
Child Care
Financial Assistance
Medical Assistance
Food Assistance
Register to Vote / Update Voter Registration
Upcoming Election Information
Ballot Drop Box Locations
Voter Service and Polling Centers
Community Health
COVID
Disease Surveillance
Emergency Preparedness & Response
Environmental Health
Vital Records

03.

×
× Close

News

Douglas County is election-ready, are you?

Check your voter status and find a ballot drop box near you

Posted on September 26, 2022 Breaking NewsElections

Share

If you are a registered voter in Douglas County, anticipate the arrival of your ballot by mail the week of Oct. 17. Follow the checklist below to become election-ready, starting now. And remember, DouglasVotes.com is always your trusted source for election information.

Check your voter registration/register to vote. Visit Colorado’s secure, statewide voter registration database, GoVoteColorado.gov, to register to vote, check your voter registration status, select your political affiliation, or to update your mailing address. If your mailing address has changed since you last voted in a Douglas County election, be certain to update it to ensure you receive your mail ballot and other important election information.

Locate your closest ballot drop box and Vote Early. Near You. Did you know that nearly 90% of Douglas County voters prefer to deliver their ballot for free using one of the convenient ballot drop box locations countywide? 21 safe, secure ballot drop boxes will be open Oct. 17, 2022, through 7 p.m. on Election Day, Nov. 8, 2022.

How do I know my vote will count? Colorado has been conducting all-mail ballot elections since 2014 and is regarded as a national model for elections integrity, security and high voter turnout. Watch this short “Life of a Ballot” video on DouglasVotes.com to see exactly how the process works. You can also track the status of your mail ballot — from mailed to accepted — with phone, text or email notifications. Please also visit DouglasVotes.com to view a sample ballot and find important dates and deadlines leading up to the Tuesday, Nov. 8, General Election.

What if I need in-person voter assistance? Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPCs) will open in phases – four locations open Oct. 24, eight more locations open Nov. 4, and another eight locations open Nov. 7. In all, 20 VSPCs will be open on Election Day. Find the VSPC closest to you on DouglasVotes.com.

Your County. Your News. Get it first.

Be among the first to receive news as it happens. Sign up here and select your specific news focus and delivery preferences and make sure to follow Douglas County on Nextdoor, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Visit the Live Town Hall page to sign-up and receive Town Hall notifications to ensure you are contacted to participate in future community conversations about topics important to you.

Sign Up Now!