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LWV is a nonpartisan organization. We do not endorse, support or oppose any political party or candidate.  LWV Larimer is providing the following information as a public service to voters.  Please Contact Us with any errors or omissions so we can update this information.

Provided on this page is:

-Voter Registration Information
-A Link to the Current Election Calendar
-A Link to local, state, and federal representatives
-A List of Political parties and contact information

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Colorado Secretary of State 2019 Election Calendar PDF
2019 Election Calendar
Voting Eligibility Laws

Ever wonder who can vote and what rules govern voting in Colorado? Following are the eligibility rules to register and to vote in Colorado:
  • You are a United States Citizen.
  • You can pre-register at age 16, but cannot vote until you are 18 years old by the election date. .
  • You are a Colorado resident for at least 22 days before the election at which you intend to vote.
  • You can pre-register while on prole if not incarcerated or detained.  However, you cannot vote until your parole is completed.  Learn more at: Voting and Conviction Colorado SOS

Find answers to frequently asked questions from Larimer County and the Secretary of State.  Colorado Secretary of State FAQ      Larimer County

Vote 411 - One-stop Shop for Election Information

Launched by the League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF) in October of 2006, is a "one-stop-shop" for election related information. It provides nonpartisan information to the public with both general and state-specific information on the following aspects of the election process:

  • Absentee ballot information
  • Ballot measure information (where applicable)
  • Early voting options (where applicable)
  • Election dates
  • Factual data on candidates in various federal, state and local races
  • General information on such topics as how to watch debates with a critical eye
  • ID requirements
  • Polling place locations
  • Registration deadlines
  • Voter qualifications
  • Voter registration forms
  • Voting machines

An important component of is the polling place locator, which enables users to type in their address and retrieve the poll location for the voting precinct in which that address is located. The League has found that this is among the most sought after information in the immediate days leading up to, and on, Election Day.

Think Before You Ink
Signing Petitions is Not Necessarily a Civic Duty

Ballot Initiatives and Referenda are already circulating for the 2020 election!
You can help by making informed choices about what to sign!
It is NOT your civic duty to sign petition; it IS your civic duty to fully understand the issue WHEN you decide to sign a petition!

Colorado has several ways issues can be presented to voters:

Initiated constitutional amendment -
An amendment to a state's constitution that comes about through the initiative process.

Legislatively referred state statute or constitutional amendment -
Appears on a state's ballot as a ballot measure because the state legislature in that state voted to put it before the voters.

Referendum Petitions
circulated to gather the signatures of registered Colorado voters in an attempt to have a bill that was passed by the legislature placed on the ballot as a statewide ballot issue.  While this is a rare occurrence, there is one referendum petition that has been approved for 2020.

Legislatively referred bond question -
A question is referred to the ballot asking voters to approve or deny additional proposed spending.

When you are approached in the grocery store parking lot and asked to sign a petition; please ask questions and Think Before You Ink!

For More information about Current Petitions, and help in making a decision,  CLICK HERE

Where to Register to Vote

On Line and State Wide

Online with the League of Women Voters’ .

  • Online through the Colorado Secretary of State Website.
  • Any Driver’s License Office in the State of Colorado- Find the location nearest you using the interactive map.  Simply check the box for “Drivers License” and zoom in on your community.
  • State offices providing public assistance.
  • Recruitment offices of the US Armed Forces, high schools, colleges & universities (for students and employees).
  • Printable voter registration forms are also available online at  You also can obtain a paper voter registration form at the locations listed below.

Local County Clerk Offices
Pick up Voter Registration Forms at these locations.


Town of Berthoud Town Offices, 328 Massachusetts Ave.

Estes Park

Estes Valley Public Library, 335 E. Elkhorn Ave.

Fort Collins

City of Fort Collins, 300 Laporte Ave

Colorado State University Morgan Library, 501 University Ave.

Poudre River Library District, Main Library, 201 Peterson St.

Poudre River Library District, Harmony Library, 4616 S. Shields St,

Larimer County Clerk, 200 W. Oak St., Ft. Collins


Loveland Police and Courts Building 

810 E. 10th Street
Loveland, CO  80537


Town of Johnstown, 450 S. Parish

Red Feather Lakes

Red Feather Lakes Community Library, 71 Firehouse Ln


Town of Timnath, 4800 Goodman St.


Town of Windsor, 301 Walnut St.


Town of Wellington, 3735 Cleveland Ave.

US Constitution

Please check out our page on the US Constitution
to learn more about the foundations of our government.

Northern Colorado Elected Officials

Political Parties & Political Offices


P.O. Box 1776, Arvada, CO 80001



1901 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Washington, D.C. 20006

C.E.O.: Kahlil Byrd




606 S. Mason OR P.O. Box 1252 

 Fort Collins, CO 80522-1252

Ph: 970-689-6391



4020 S. College Ave., Ste. 11B

OR P.O. Box 283

Fort Collins, CO 80522

Ph: 970-224-2577



P.O. Box 889,

Fort Collins, CO 80522

Ph: 970-412-0468



4255 Kingsbury Dr.

Fort Collins, 80525

Ph: 970-214-4548 (Eric)