You must cast your ballot at a polling location within your county. Find polling locations in your county be entering your voter ID information here, or click here to visit your county election office's website.
Drop off a mail-in ballot
If you have a mail-in ballot that you have not yet mailed, DO NOT MAIL IT NOW. It will arrive too late to be counted. Instead, there are three other ways you can vote:
- Hand-deliver the completed mail-in ballot to the county clerk’s office. This must be done BEFORE 7:00 P.M. and BEFORE the clerk’s office closes on election day.
- In some counties, you can deposit the ballot at a mail-in ballot drop box in your county BEFORE 7:00 P.M. on election day. Not every county has drop boxes. If your county does have them, the locations are listed on the secrecy sleeve located inside your ballot packet. If there are no locations listed, it means your county does not have them and you should use a different voting method.
- Go to your regular polling place on election day and cast a regular ballot. You will be required to show ID and fill out a provisional ballot form stating that you have not sent in a mail-in ballot and do not intend to. Your ballot WILL BE COUNTED during post-election processing at the clerk’s office, before the final results are certified.
Who is my candidate?
Choose from among the following links to find your Republican candidate for Congress, CU Regent or the state Legislature.