“A citizen of America will cross the ocean to fight for democracy,
but won’t cross the street to vote in a national election.” ~Bill Vaughan
Voter Registration Drives
We Need YOUR Help!
Voting is a right that Democrats have championed for years. We register people at Farmers Markets, at Cinco de Mayo fiestas, at college functions, and anywhere else that new eligible voters can be found.
Though we will have paper registration forms available, we prefer to have folks use their own phones to immediately connect to the Secretary of State’s own secure website at GoVoteColorado.com to check and update their registrations! Simple, fast, effective, and private.
Paper voter registrations – Voter Registration Drives (VRD) – in Colorado are tightly controlled:
- VRD agents must renew their qualifications annually, go through full training every two years and be Colorado residents.
- A VRD must have a minimum of two trained VRD circulators, who are trained by VRD agents or the Secretary of State, also annually. This means that if you were trained for the last election, you must undergo training again.
- Only specific state supplied forms and federal forms can be used for registration.
- Legal deadlines and penalties apply to ensure voter rights and laws are in compliance.
Register to Vote / Check your Registration
Visit GoVoteColorado to quickly register OR easily update your registration if you’ve moved recently.
You will need to register to vote if you have never registered before or if you have moved to this area. You must also update your voter registration information if you have a changed address or a changed name.
pro tip: By affiliating with the Democratic Party, you actually receive LESS junk mail – Independents are targeted by BOTH parties.
In order to vote in the State of Colorado:
- You must be 18 years of age or older at the time of elections.
- You must be a Colorado resident for at least 30 days.
- You must be registered to vote with the county clerk’s office in the county where you live.
Further information on voting in Colorado can be obtained from:
Or Register with the La Plata County Clerk and Recorder
- See the Clerk and Recorder’s Voter Registration Page for local details.
- You may change your party affiliation, or your address by sending a signed letter with the new information to the clerks office at the first address below.
You may register to vote, or change your registration information at any of the following locations:
- La Plata County Clerk
98 Everett Street, Suite C
Durango, CO 81303 (map)
Hours: 8 am – 5 pm M-F
- Durango Driver’s License Office
305 S Camino Del Rio, Suite Q
Durango, CO 81303
- Bayfield Driver’s License Office
455 E Colorado Dr.
Bayfield, CO 81122
When Registering in Person, bring your:
- Colorado Driver’s License
- or, Department of Revenue #
- or, Last 4 Digits of Social Security #
You may also download a Voter Registration Form, fill it out, then take it in or mail it to one of the above locations.