Voter & Election Resources

Your election journey starts here!

From voter registration and trusted resources to in-depth analyses of all sides of ballot issues, explore election resources for Jefferson County, the state and more!

Coloradans can register to vote and check their voter status on the Colorado Secretary of State website, opens a new window. Contact Jeffco Elections at 303-271-8111 for election-related questions.

Key Dates 2022 Election

September 24
Military and overseas ballots mailed

October 17
Ballots mailed, 24-hour drop boxes open, opens a new window

October 24
In-person vote centers open, opens a new window

October 31
Last day to return your ballot by mail

November 8
Election Day

November 29
Post-election audit

November 30
Canvass

Jefferson County Voter Information

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Colorado Voter Information

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Additional Resources

 

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Voting and Election Services at the Library

24-Hour Ballot Drop Boxes

Available at these JCPL locations Monday, October 17 – Tuesday, November 8:

  • Belmar Library
  • Columbine Library
  • Evergreen Library
  • Lakewood Library
  • Standley Lake Library

Boxes close at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, November 8.

Arvada, Colorado, USA - October 23, 2016:  Hand delivering ballots to Jefferson County Drop Off Ballot Box

Voter Service and Polling Centers

Register to vote, update your registration, get a replacement ballot, vote in person, vote via ADA-accessible equipment or drop off your ballot at JCPL locations serving as Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPC).

Library services at participating VSPC locations have changed. See below for details.

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