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Election & Voting Information: Election & Voting Information

Political party Information

Important Dates


  • Review your voter record to make sure your information is up to date.
  • October 9 - Counties will begin mailing ballots for the November 3rd General Election. Keep an eye on the mailbox, and if you're not voting in-person be sure to mail it back or drop it in a ballot box ASAP before Election Day! Once you mail it back, you can track your ballot here
  • October 19 - You can begin to vote in-person. Mesa County Voter Service Polling Centers open at: 
    • Mesa County Central Services - 200 South Spruce Street, Grand Junction
    • Mesa County Fairgrounds - 2785 US Hwy 50, Grand Junction
  • October 26 - Deadline to register to vote or update your registration and still receive a ballot in the mail.
  • Election Day, Tuesday, November 3rd - You can register to vote and vote in person up to 7 PM. 


Want to help others vote during this important election? Sign up to become a paid poll worker on election day at

Voter Education Links

Information for Voters Experiencing Homelessness

YOU CAN REGISTER TO VOTE IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A PERMANENT ADDRESS. You’ll need to provide an address when you register to vote – this is used to assign your voting districts and to send any election mail. Homeless registrants can list a shelter address, or can include the address where they sleep most often, like a street corner or park address. Learn more about voting and homelessness from Nonprofit Vote.

Information for Disabled Voters

If you're disabled and experiencing problems such as:

  • Being denied the right to vote
  • Trying to vote while in a residential facility or group home
  • You were not allowed into a polling place because of a service animal
  • Lack of an accessible voting machine
  • Family, caretakers, or poll workers trying to prevent you from voting

...and any other issues, contact: 

Disability Law Denver 

303-722-0300 Voice/TDD
800-288-1376 Toll Free

Information for Felons

In Colorado, your right to vote is automatically restored after release from prison. 

For a list of FAQ's for voters with convictions, visit this website: Voters With Convictions




Library Books on Voting