DENVER – On this Election Day, Colorado voters should only be dropping their ballots off at polling centers or county clerk's offices at this point to be sure they are counted.
Coloradans can also track their ballot if it's already been submitted. People statewide can track their ballot through the Secretary of State's Office's tool here. There are also local tracking tools for Denver County, Arapahoe County and Boulder County. Click on each respective county to be redirected to the ballot tracker site.
Anyone with questions about their registration or ballot status should contact their local county clerk's office.
Though Colorado is using a mail-in ballot system for the presidential election for the first time this year, Nov. 1 was the cut-off date to mail your ballot in to be sure it's counted by the county clerk.
Online voting registration is also over, but Coloradans can still register to vote up until Election Day as long as you can prove you've lived in the state since Oct. 17.
For all the information you need to be ready to vote next Tuesday, Nov. 8 and to check your registration status, click here. Answers to other frequently asked questions about voting can be found here.
Denver7 has also compiled a voting guide to each of the major ballot initiatives Coloradans will be voting on. Each link below details the support and opposition to each initiative, as well as the money that has flowed in for and against each measure:
- Proposition 106
- Propositions 107 & 108
- Amendment 69
- Amendment 70
- Amendment 71
- Amendment 72
- Amendment T
For the latest ballot return numbers from the Secretary of State's Office, click here.
More voting guides and materials can be found at the links below:
- Colorado Blue Book voting guide
- Fiscal impact reports for each ballot initiative
- Judge retention recommendations
Denver7 will have full coverage of every statewide initiative and race up to and on Election Day. Stay posted to our politics page for the latest election news.