Vote to Keep
Colorado’s Rivers Flowing

Our Water for Colorado community has always come together around a shared priority – WATER. Water brings us together. Water unites us. We all depend on healthy, flowing rivers. We all want the same thing: a secure water future for Colorado. What does a secure water future look like? Smart water policies. Access to clean, reliable drinking water. Irrigation for agricultural lands. Resilient local communities. Thriving water-based outdoor recreation. 

We are a community that understands the importance of water. Even more importantly,
we are a community of voters
with the power to take action for our waterways.
Let’s come together this election to advocate for Colorado’s rivers and streams. 

Vote to keep Colorado’s rivers healthy and flowing!

When your ballot arrives in the mailbox in mid-October, be an advocate for Colorado rivers—and vote your whole ballot!

Water is the lifeblood of Colorado. Whether you’re a farmer, a rancher, or an angler, a local business owner, or a concerned citizen — protecting clean drinking water and flowing rivers is something we all agree on. Our rivers provide clean, safe, reliable drinking water; sustain agriculture & farming; power local economies; and support the outdoor recreation community. 

This election, vote your whole ballot: top to bottom, front to back! Colorado rivers need YOU!

Make a plan to vote!

Requirements to Vote in the 2020 Election:

  • will be 18 years of age or older at the time of the general election (i.e. if you will be age 18 or older by 11/3/20);
  • are a United States citizen;
  • have resided in Colorado 22 days immediately before the election (10/13 at the latest) at which you intend to vote, AND
  • are not currently serving a sentence of confinement or detention for a felony conviction.

If you want to vote in person:

Any Colorado resident has the option to vote in person at a polling location. You may vote in person at any Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC)  in your county. Check out the resources below to find your nearest voting center.

Important note: At any VSPC location, you can to register to vote as well as update your voter registration. You can also receive a replacement ballot for any reason. 

If you want to vote by mail-in ballot:

If your voter registration information is up to date, you will receive a mail-in ballot. Mail-in ballots will be mailed out on October 9. You can complete your mail-in ballot and either return it to the nearest dropbox location or VSPC. Resources to find your nearest dropbox location can be found below.

If you return your ballot by mail, make sure to affix postage and put in the mail by October 26 to ensure arrival by November 3. All ballots must be received by 7:00PM on Election Day: Tuesday, November 3. Postmarks do not count.

Voting Resources 

(Recursos en español abajo)

Have you registered to vote?

  • Register to vote. Link
  • Request an absentee ballot. Link
  • Check your voter registration. Link
  • Update your voter registration information. Link

Have you made a plan to vote?

  • Find your nearest polling place. Link
  • Find your nearest mail drop box location. Link

Do you know what’s on your ballot?

  • Find out what’s on your ballot. Link 
  • Find information about state and federal offices up for election. Link
  • Find information about general elections candidates. Link
  • Find information about statewide ballot questions. Link

Recursos Para Votar 

En Colorado, se puede registrar y votar en persona hasta las 7:00PM (19:00 hrs) el mismo día de la elección – el 3 de noviembre de 2020 – en una de los lugares oficiales de votación mencionados abajo.

  • Vaya Votar Colorado: Link
  • Registrarse para votar: Link
  • Verificar el estado de mi boleta por correo: Link
  • Encontrar mi registro: Link
  • Ver mi boleta de muestra: Link
  • Voto por ausencia: Link
  • Para votar y/o registrarse en persona: encontrar donde puedo votar y/o registrarme en persona: Link