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2020 General Election

Election Day:  Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Ballots will be mailed the week of October 12, 2020

This election will be for Federal (Including President/Vice President), State and Local Candidates as well as State and Local ballot questions and issues.  


Complete Election CalendarComplete List of all Federal and State Offices Up for Election


Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events


The Colorado Secretary of State’s website helps you get a ballot.

Voters may register through Election Day. Please note that how you register to vote will impact how you receive your ballot.

To receive your ballot by mail:

  • Register to vote or update your voter registration online through the 8th day before Election Day;
  • Submit an application through the mail, at a voter registration agency, or at a local driver's license examination facility through the 8th day before Election Day; or
  • Submit an application through a voter registration drive no later than 22 days before Election Day.

If you miss the above deadlines, you may register in-person at a voter service and polling center in your county through Election Day.

Check the address on file
 for mailing your ballot — and fix if it is not current

Track your ballot
 — from when it is mailed to you to when it is counted!



League of Women Voters voter info website with 
unbiased information about your ballot.

Vote 411 is now available in SPANISH

All candidates are asked the same 3-5 questions.
 Candidates enter their answers themselves — it is not edited in any way by the League. 

View candidate answers side-by-side and decide who best represents your priorities.



Find Ballot Drop-off boxes AND polling locations (VSPC)

[1] Register AND Vote  (Preview accepted IDs at )

[2] Request a replacement ballot 

[3] Vote using an ADA accessible voting machine

Election Judges

From the Colorado Secretary of State:

We need election judges! Because of COVID-19, some election judges are not available to work in the upcoming election and many counties need more judges. If you’re interested in serving as an election judge, please complete this form (link below) . Your county clerk will contact you if there are positions open for the upcoming election.

Serving as an election judge is a paid, temporary position. Thus, wages earned while serving as an election judge could impact your eligibility for unemployment benefits if those wages exceed 25% of your current benefit. As each individual's circumstances are different and wages for election judges are determined by counties, it is important you understand how any income earned as an election judge could impact your eligibility for unemployment benefits before beginning employment.

To limit the spread of COVID-19 and prioritize the safety of Coloradans, Election Judges will be provided with appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) while performing their duties.
Apply to be an Election Judge

On The November Ballot  

2020 State Ballot Issues

LWV Colorado STATE Ballot Issues Pamphlet Will be Available In English and Spanish
It's time to start learning about these issues PRIOR to the election.
2020 Colorado State Ballot Issues

Visit the Colorado SOS site for detailed information about these issues:
Colorado LWV Ballot Issues Pro and Con

Watch LWVLC 2020 Ballot Presentation

Amendment B
Senate Concurrent Resolution SCR20-001

Repeal Property Tax Assessment Rates
Amendment C
House Concurrent Resolution HCR20-1001 

Bingo Raffles: Allow Paid Help and Repeal Five-Year Minimum
Amendment #76 
Citizenship Qualification of Electors
Amendment 77

Local Voter Approval of Gaming Limits in Black Hawk, Central City, and Cripple Creek
Proposition EE
House Bill HB20-1247

Cigarette Tobacco and Nicotine Products Tax

Proposition 113
Senate Bill SB19-042 

National Popular Vote 

Proposition 114
Restoration of Grey Wolves 

Proposition 115
Prohibition on Late-Term Abortion

Proposition 116

State Income Tax Rate Reduction

Proposition 117

Voter Approval Requirement for Creation of Certain Fee-Based Enterprises

Proposition 118

Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program



Candidate Forums

CANDIDATE FORUMS ARE TAPED AND WILL BE LINKED TO YouTube as soon as they are available.

Local Ballot Issues

Watch this page to download LWVLC LOCAL Ballot Issues Pamphlet in early September

September 23 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Candidates for 8th District Attorney and Larimer County Commissioner 
Watch This Forum On YouTube

September 30 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Candidates for Senate District 14, House District 52 and House District 53 
Watch this Forum on YouTube
Both the September 23 and September 30 forums will be hosted and live streamed on the City of Fort Collins FCTV (cable channels 14 and 881), and a recording of the forum will be posted on both the FCTV and the League of Women Voters of Larimer County websites. 

October 8 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Watch this Forum on YouTube

Candidates for Senate District 23, House District 49, and House District 51 

This forum will be hosted by the Loveland Public Library and live streamed on the library’s Facebook page. 

Check back on this web site for candidate questionnaires.  

Larimer County Ballot Issues Pamphlets are now available.  These pamphlets explain the issues and provide pro and con positions for each issue .

2020 Ballot Issues Larimer English

2020 Version en español

Check out our Complete Election Resources Page for
Comprehensive Voter Information
Election Resources

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; you must be at least 17 to vote in a primary
    election IF you will be 18 years old on or by the election date.
  • You can pre-register at 16 years old; you must be at least 18 to vote in any other

  • You are a Colorado resident for at least 22 days immediately before the election
    in which you intend to vote.
  • You are not currently serving a term of imprisonment for a felony conviction;
    if on parole you CAN register AND vote as of July 1, 2019.
    Learn more at
    Voting and Conviction Colorado SOS

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