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Are you registered to vote? Do you want to change your party, your address, your name?

To register online or check your registration (including party affiliation) visit the Secretary of State's Website, or text "Colorado" "CO" or "2Vote" (28683) on a smartphone to be taken to the Secretary of State's website to register to vote or check your registration.

You must have a Colorado driver's license or ID card to register or update your registration online.

To register by mail you'll need a voter registration form.

Voters can also register in person at the Clerk and Recorder's Office. Office locations and hours can be found on the website:

El Paso County Clerk and Recorder
Teller County Clerk and Recorder


With the June primary election out of the way, Colorado has one more election in 2018, a general election.

November 6, 2018 - General Election

Ballots will be mailed starting October 15 and must be received by 7:00 p.m. on November 6.

El Paso County residents can return their ballots by mail, to ballot boxes or Voter Service and Polling Centers

Teller County residents can return their ballots by mail or various locations. Teller County's Clerk and Recorder's Office shared this location information with us.


The City of Colorado Springs holds elections on the first Tuesday of April in odd-numbered years. The next scheduled municipal election is April 2, 2019.

If you live in Colorado Springs your ballot will reflect which City Council District you live in and list the candidates for your District. Can't wait to find out? Learn what District you live in through this District Search or look at this Colorado Springs City Council District Map.

For more information about the upcoming municipal election, visit the City Elections Page or call the City Election line at (719) 385-5901, option 4.


Visit for national, state, and local election information. Candidate surveys and ballot information are published on Enter your address to see the races and questions on YOUR ballot - then print up a sample ballot with your voting preferences to guide you through the real ballot.


Campaign Finance information for Colorado Springs elections can be found on the city's website here.

Curious about who is raising money and from whom it is being raised? Learn more on the Secretary of State's TRACER Campaign Finance website.

Ballotpedia, a nonpartisan political website, tracks ballot questions and funding at is run by the Center for Responsive Politics. has information gathered by the National Institute on Money in Politics.