Are You Registered to Vote?
If not, check our Voter Registration Page for details on how to get registered.
To determine if you are, and to verify that the registered information is correct:
- Call or stop by the La Plata County Clerk’s Office (970-382-6296).
- Check the Colorado Secretary of State Registered Voter Search. (Usually a few weeks out of date.)
Key dates are the caucus, primary, and general election. Many other dates and deadlines apply. Use the following links to keep track of the dates and events:
Request an Absentee Ballot
If your busy schedule, age, infirmity, or disability makes it difficult for you to get to your polling place you may want to consider voting in the convenience of your own home.
- Download then print the Colorado Mail-In Ballot Application. (64KB PDF file)
Proper ID is needed to vote by mail as explained on the Ballot Application.
ID Needed to Vote in Person
When you show up at the poll you will need one of the following forms of identification with you:
- Colorado Driver’s License; or
- Dept of Revenue ID Card; or
- US Passport; or
- Government Employee ID with Photo; or
- Pilots License by FAA or other authorized agency; or
- Military ID with Photo; or
- Medicare / Medicaid Card; or
- Certified Copy US Birth Certificate; or
- Certified Copy Naturalization Documents
Help Us with Elections
We always need volunteers to help with:
- Registering Voters at Special Events
- Serving as an Election Judge
- Serving as a Poll Watcher
- Phone Banking to Get Out the Vote!
“Few will have the greatness to bend history itself; but each of us can work to change a small portion of events, and in the total; of all those acts will be written the history of this generation.” ~Robert F. Kennedy