The next election in El Paso County will be the Coordinated Election on November 7, 2017.
As a citizen of El Paso County, you have a wide range of resources available to help you vote. Here you can learn about the Voter Service and Polling Centers, look at a sample ballot and find forms. More information for the 2017 Coordinated Election will be coming soon.
Sample Ballot - Your Individual Ballot
View your personalized sample ballot with content specific to the precinct and district(s) where you reside - 2017 information coming soon.
Sample Ballot - Complete - 2017 information coming soon.
Check My Mail Ballot Status
To check the status of your mail ballot, including if your voted ballot has been received, visitwww.GoVoteColorado.com. - 2017 information coming soon.
ID Requirement for Some Voters
Voters will be required to present identification if they vote at a Voter Service and Polling Center. Voters who are voting by mail for the first time also may need to include a photocopy of their identification with their return ballot.
Click Acceptable Forms of Identification to learn more.
Voter Service and Polling Centers
At a Voter Service and Polling Center, you can:
As a voter (or soon to be voter!) you can utilize any Voter Service and
Polling Center in the county.
2017 Coordinated Election Voter Service & Polling Center locations
and operating hours will be available soon!
Military and Overseas Voters Click link for information on Military and Overseas Voters
Want to save time at a Voter Service and Polling Center? Use the forms links below to print off and complete the applicable forms. Take the form to a Voter Service and Polling Center to help expedite your services.
Voter Registration - Complete this form to register to vote or correct your information. Turn in the completed form at a Voter Service and Polling Center.
Changes to Your Registration - Complete this form if you need to make any changes on your voter registration file.
Withdrawal of Colorado Voter Registration - Complete, sign and submit this form if you want to withdraw your Colorado voter registration. Submitting this form will remove you from Colorado’s registration rolls and you will no longer be eligible to vote in Colorado.
You can easily vote in person at one of the
many conveniently located Voter Service
and Polling Centers.
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El Paso County Elections