Last chance to vote in June 28 primary: Drop your ballot at the UMC

Don’t miss your opportunity to participate in Colorado’s primary election!

What to know

  • It is never too late to register to vote—you may register to vote up to and including Election Day!
  • Registered Democrats vote in the Democratic Primary; Republicans in the Republican Primary
  • Unaffiliated voters may vote in either party’s primary but may only vote in one primary. 
  • Colorado is an all-options state: Registered voters are mailed ballot, which they can vote and return, or any voter can instead vote in-person at a vote center (see below).

Did you receive your ballot in the mail?

  • Drop your ballot off at the ballot dropbox outside of the UMC (located on the sidewalk leading up to the Southside Terrace on Euclid Avenue). The recommended deadline to return your ballot by mail has passed.
  • Not a Boulder County ballot? No problem—Colorado voters can use any official clerk dropbox in the state to return their mail ballot. As long as it is received to an official county clerk dropbox by 7 p.m. on Election Day, county clerks then make sure it is sent to right county for counting. 
  • See dropbox locations in Boulder County.

Didn’t receive your ballot in the mail? No problem! At the UMC Voter Service Center, you can:

  • Drop off your ballot (all Colorado voters)
  • Register to vote/update your registration 
  • Vote in person* 
  • Request a replacement* 

Operating hours are 8 a.m.–6 p.m. Monday, June 27, 8 a.m.–6 p.m. and 7 a.m.–7 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, June 28.

Don’t forget to bring valid ID such as your Buff OneCard or Colorado driver’s license/ID. See other ID options here.

*For out-of-county Colorado students, we can issue statewide ballots only; candidates for local contents will not appear.

If you are a student and have questions regarding registration, please visit Boulder County’s student voting guidelines. For on-campus students, you must have residence hall mailing address and your mailbox number. An alternative source for that information is in your housing assignment confirmation email, which may still be your MyCULiving portal.

Questions? Never hesitate to ask! Call 303-413-7740, email, or find us on social media at Boulder County Clerk / Elections.