Contact the Adams County Election Office at 720-523-6500 with questions
You must be: *A citizen of the United States *18 years old by Election Day *A resident in a Colorado precinct for at least 30 days prior to the election
How to Register
Any qualified citizen can apply to register in person up to, and including, 29 days before an election at the following sites:
- County Clerk and Recorders' offices
- Driver's License offices
- Armed Forces Recruiting Offices
- Designated Public Assistance Agencies, Or
- Use a Mail-in Registration Form
Mail-in forms are available at government offices, libraries and registration drives sponsored by groups and employers. Forms may also be accessed on the websites for the Secretary of State, County Clerks or League of Women Voters of Colorado.
- Online Voter Registration is possible if your signature is on record with a Colorado Government agency such as driver's license, Colorado I.D. card, Medicaid, etc.
Acceptable Identification Forms
- Valid Colorado driver's license
- Valid picture identification card
- Valid U.S. passport
- Valid U.S. military card
- Copy of current utility bill showing address
- Government paycheck or document with name and address
- FAA photo pilot's license
- Certified documentation of naturalization
- Valid Medicare or Medicaid card
- Certified copy of birth certificate
- Valid student ID card with photo
Are you still registered?
You are registered if you voted in the last general election and have not moved, or if you have registered since that date. If you have moved, you are required to change your address with your County Clerk. If you did not vote in the last two general elections, you may be declared “inactive” and may need to re-register or reactivate your voting status.
(To Verify Your Voter Registration Information and other election information) http://www.sos.state.co.us
Mail-In Ballot/Early Voting
Any registered voter may apply for a mail-in ballot; no reason is required for this request. The application for a mail-in ballot may be obtained from your County Clerk as early as January 1 of the election year and no later than close of business on the Friday immediately preceding the election. A mail-in ballot must be received at your county clerk's office by 7 PM on Election Day.
A Permanent Mail-In Ballot may be obtained from your county clerk or on the
Secretary of State's website. Your name will be placed on a list to receive a ballot for each applicable election. With this provision, you need not apply for a mail-in ballot each year.
Early voting polling places are provided by each county. Anyone who wishes may vote in person at locations designated by the county clerk 10 days before the Primary Election and 15 days before a General Election or other November election. Early voting ends on the Friday preceding the election.
Important Voting Dates: Election and Registration deadlines Calendar for 2013 http://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/docs/2013ElectionCalendar.pdf
The statewide ballot issues voted on at this time must be fiscal issues. Local elections may also take place in odd-numbered years. City Council, School District and Special District elections are non-partisan races
October 8: Last day to register for General Election
November 5: General Election
*All links on this site are provided for your convenience only. The League of Women Voters of Adams County exercises no control of the information or opinions contained on them. Provision of these links does not indicate an endorsement of their contents by the LWVAC.