Colorado County Clerks Association unveils MyColoradoVote.com
DENVER, CO -- The Colorado County Clerks Association today launched MyColoradoVote.com, a one-stop resource for Coloradans to verify their eligibility to participate in elections and to obtain information on the state’s election system.
MyColoradoVote.com explains the three simple steps required to vote in Colorado and includes all of the tools people will need in order to take part in this fall's elections," said Clerks Association executive director Donetta Davidson. "MyColoradoVote.com also includes links to clerks’ offices throughout the state and to additional information so that Coloradans can make certain their votes are counted."
MyColoradoVote.com includes tools and links to provide Coloradans with all of the information they'll need to participate in this fall's elections, including:
- Registering to vote and checking registration status
- County Clerk contact information
- Specifics on casting ballots, including county-by-county links and maps for ballot drop-off locations and Voter Service & Polling Center
- ID requirements
- Residency requirements
- Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Legislation to modernize the state's election system signed into law earlier this year includes several notable changes that go into effect for the upcoming election:
- Every registered voter in Colorado will be mailed a ballot. If your ballot has not arrived in your mailbox already, you can visit MyColoradoVote.com to check your registration status and the address on file with your county clerk.
- Traditional polling places are being replaced by Voter Service & Polling Centers where you may register, change your address, drop off your mail ballot, or vote. MyColoradoVote.com includes links to centers in every county.
- Voter registration is allowed through Election Day.
“Colorado’s county clerks are dedicated to getting voters the information they need in order to participate in the election process,” Davidson said. “MyColoradoVote.com is our latest step toward making that process as seamless as possible for voters across the state.”
About the Colorado County Clerk's Association: The Colorado County Clerks Association (CCCA) is a non-governmental entity, its members consist of 63 County Clerks of Colorado and their designees.