- Who can vote in a General Election?
- If I lost, damaged, didn’t receive, or made an error on my ballot, or wish to dispose of an unused ballot, what do I do?
- I don’t want any ballots sent to me. How do I opt out?
- What’s on my ballot?
- How do I vote if I am away from home?
- How do I obtain information about contact candidates, parties or other entities?
Active voters who have been registered 22 days in the state of Colorado prior to Election Day.
If I lost, damaged, didn’t receive, or made an error on my ballot, or wish to dispose of an unused ballot, what do I do?
Please contact the Douglas County Elections Office at 303-660-7444 or visit a Voter Service and Polling Center (October 22 – November 6, 2018 Monday through Saturday). Note: The last day to mail out a replacement ballot is October 29, 2018
I don’t want any ballots sent to me. How do I opt out?
Currently there is not an opt-out option. Colorado is an all-mail ballot state and all active registered voters receive ballots for each election they are eligible to participate in.
What’s on my ballot?
Douglas County Elections Office posts a composite sample ballot as it becomes available and voter-specific sample ballots are made available through the Colorado Secretary of State.
How do I vote if I am away from home?
Ballots cannot be held or forwarded by the post office. There are services offered to voters who qualify and need additional assistance receiving their ballot on time. Check out our Vote Away from Home page for information on military voters, overseas voters, college students, snowbirds, and other circumstances.
How do I obtain information about or contact candidates, parties, or other entities?
Visit our Contact Parties or Other Agencies page or go to Candidate Information provided by the Colorado Secretary of State.
For additional information or Frequently Asked Questions, please visit the Colorado Secretary of State website.