Get election ready by registering or checking your voter registration. The last day for all Colorado voters to register/update their registration and still be mailed a ballot is Monday, Oct. 28.
If you plan to vote in Colorado, whether in Boulder or from your home county, please register or check the accuracy of your voter registration at www.govotecolorado.com.
If you don’t have a Colorado driver’s license/state ID, and you plan to vote in Boulder County, you can wait to register in-person with your Buff OneCard at the UMC Voter Service Center beginning Oct. 28 (this is only for voting in Boulder County—if you want to vote from another Colorado county, you must update your registration online/in your home county to get a mail ballot).
Live on campus?
Regardless of whether you are planning to vote in Colorado, the Boulder County Elections Division has important information on how you must list your on-campus address on your voter registration record in order to get your mail ballot. Visit the Boulder County Student Voting Guidelines page. If you need to register/update your registration in another state in order to get an absentee ballot, visit vote.gov.
Faculty, staff, community members
The Boulder County Elections Division recommends everyone periodically check their voter registration record to make sure it is current. This is especially important if you have moved in the last year, haven’t voted in a while, or traveled during a previous election period. Visit www.govotecolorado.com to look up your registration.