During the 2019 Colorado Legislative session, the Democrats passed the Omnibus Bill. This bill started automatic voter registration at the Department of Revenue, but there were also negative consequences that affect voters with Post Office Boxes.

If you have a P.O. Box and you’ve renewed your driver’s license in the last 12 months, it will revert your mailing address to your mailing address on your driver’s license – NOT your Post Office Box - so you will NOT receive your ballot as it will be sent to your driver’s license address and then returned as undeliverable.

You need to check your voter registration online at…/p…/pub/olvr/findVoterReg.xhtml to change it back to the correct address so you will receive your ballot.

Please be sure and check your voter registration. The presidential primary is March 3rd. Ballots go out February 10. If you don't receive your ballot, be sure to check your address at the Secretary of State's Office or go into the Election's Office and get a new ballot.

Young Voter Registration


Young Voter Registration – Get Your 16 and 17 year old Registered!!  Colorado voter registration rules implemented by the Secretary of State (SOS) allow for young people aged 16 and 17 to pre-register.  All they need is a valid social security number or driver’s license.  Go to the SOS website at to get those young people aged 16 and 17 to pre-register.  They automatically become a registered Colorado voter upon their 18th birthday.

To regisiter to vote or update your voter registration, click here.

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