Where Do I Go If I Want To Vote Early?

Get Polling Locations For Early Voting, Election Day In Colorado

Why wait for Nov. 4 to vote? If you want to avoid the long lines on Election Day, vote early.

Early voting began on Oct. 20 in Colorado.

Don't know if you're registered to vote? Go to the Secretary of State's Web site to find out.

The best way to find out where you to vote is to go to the Web site for your County Clerk and Recorder's Office or to call them. That's also where you will find locations for EARLY VOTING.

We've included links to the early voting for each county:


  • Adams County General Election -- Early Voting
  • Arapahoe County General Election -- Early Voting
  • Boulder County General Election -- Early Voting
  • Broomfield County
  • Clear Creek County
  • Denver County -- Early Voting
  • Douglas County -- Early Voting
  • Elbert County
  • El Paso County -- Early Voting
  • Jefferson County -- Early Voting
  • Larimer County -- Early Voting
  • Mesa County -- Early Voting
  • Pitkin County -- Early Voting
  • Pueblo County
  • Summit County -- Early Voting
  • Weld County -- Early Voting

    Under state law, employers must give employees time off to vote on Election Day. The statute that covers this is:

    1-7-102. Employees entitled to vote.

    (1) Eligible electors entitled to vote at an election shall be entitled to absent themselves for the purpose of voting from any service or employment in which they are then engaged or employed on the day of the election for a period of two hours during the time the polls are open. Any such absence shall not be sufficient reason for the discharge of any person from service or employment. Eligible electors, who so absent themselves shall not be liable for any penalty, nor shall any deduction be made from their usual salary or wages, on account of their absence. Eligible electors who are employed and paid by the hour shall receive their regular hourly wage for the period of their absence, not to exceed two hours. Application shall be made for the leave of absence prior to the day of election. The employer may specify the hours during which the employee may be absent, but the hours shall be at the beginning or end of the work shift, if the employee so requests.

    (2) This section shall not apply to any person whose hours of employment on the day of the election are such that there are three or more hours between the time of opening and the time of closing of the polls during which the elector is not required to be on the job.

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