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VOTER REGISTRATION INFORMATION


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

GoVoteColorado.com
To register online or check your registration (including party affiliation) visit the Secretary of State's Website, GoVoteColorado.com 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. 

Don't have a CO driver's license or ID? You can still register to vote in Colorado if you choose.

You can 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 (includes Colorado Springs)
Teller County Clerk and Recorder  (includes Woodland Park)

CampusVoteProject.org
We aren't affiliated with Campus Vote Project but they have some great information about voting as a student in Colorado! Check it out!

WHY VOTE?

What's important to you?
Do laws or policy affect that topic? 

Your elected officials make decisions on these questions. You can help decide who those elected officials are. Sometimes elections are decided by single vote!

In Colorado many topics are decided by the voters. This November you can help decide questions about
slavery, fracking, education funding and more!


VOTER INFO
(Do your homework!) 

Voting a certain way because you like someone's name or how they look is lame. Really. Be informed!


Visit VOTE411.org for national, state, and local election information. Candidate surveys and ballot information are published on Elections page.



 GET INVOLVED


Speak up, make a difference!

Become active in your school's student government, your local political party, or local government. We've listed some additional ideas on our Engage page. 





LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS - Who We Are

Defending Democracy. Empowering Voters.
League is about democracy - protecting the right to vote and educating voters so they have the facts about the issues.

We don't endorse a party or particular politicians.
You can learn even more about us on our "About" page.
Check out what we're up to on our Events page.