Know Your Judge

When Judges are on the ballot, what do you do?
Don’t skip them. Be informed.

Colorado has a model judicial selection process that is nationally recognized. Colorado judges are selected by the Governor based on a list of nominees provided by citizen nominating commissions.

Judges are subject to performance reviews and are accountable to Coloradans. You have the right to read their judicial performance evaluations prior to voting. That way, you can decide for yourself whether a judge is fair, impartial, and qualified.

http://www.knowyourjudge.com

 

2017 ELECTION CALENDAR

Oct 23 – Nov 7 Voter Service & Polling Centers open for General Election (except Sundays)
November 7 General Election – polls open 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

 

VOTING AND BALLOTS

 

ALL REGISTERED VOTERS WILL RECEIVE A BALLOT IN THE MAIL

  • Voters may complete the ballot and return it by mail, or take it to a drop-off location
  • A mail ballot must be received by the county clerk no later than 7 PM on Election Day

 

Voter Service and Polling Centers will be located in each county to provide election services.

Services include:

  • Voter registration at any time up to and including Election Day
  • Voters may change their address if registered elsewhere in Colorado
  • Voters may drop off their completed ballot
  • Voters may surrender their mail ballot and cast their vote in person

Voter Service and Polling Centers will be open at least 10 days before the Primary Election and at least 15 days prior to the General Election.

 

IDENTIFICATION

To vote in person, a voter must show an acceptable form of ID. When voting for the first time by mail, a voter may be required to send a copy of an acceptable form of ID.

 

For more information, visit the website of the Colorado Secretary of State or your County Clerk.