Voting Eligibility in Colorado

Voting rules change all the time. It’s important to know your eligibility before election day. Here is a partial list of voting eligibility in Colorado:

Are you registered to vote?

  • You can vote!
  • If you’re not registered, you may register to vote at any time up to and including on Election Day.

Are you over the age of 18?

  • You can vote!

Are you homeless?

  • You can vote!

Have you completed your jail sentence?

  • You can vote!

Are you moving to Colorado on November 1 or later?

  • You can't vote in Colorado. You must reside in CO at least 22 days before the election in which you wish to vote.

Were you registered to vote, then convicted of a crime, then served your sentence?

  • If a voter was previously registered, that registration will have been canceled and they must re-register to vote.

Have you moved within the state in the last year?

  • A voter can update their registration address by appearing at any Voter Service and Polling Center in the voter’s current county of residence up to and on Election Day.

Are you a friendly dog?

  • While cute and cuddly, sorry buddy. You can't vote.

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