2024 Presidential Primary Info
Election Day is Tuesday, March 5th, 2024
Update your Voter Registration
In Colorado, ballots are mailed to all active, registered voters.
We recommend that you check your voter registration at this link prior to every election and update it to ensure we have the correct mailing address for you.
You can also add a specific 'ballot mailing address' to your voter registration if you will be away from home when ballots are mailed. Please note that ballots cannot be forwarded by the U.S. Postal Service.
Mail Ballot Election
Receiving your mail ballot:
Ballots are mailed on February 12th to active registered voters (voters affiliated as minor party will not get a ballot since minor parties are not holding primaries this election, however unaffiliated voters will get a packet with both major party ballots enclosed).
Didn't receive your mail ballot? Please check your registration to ensure we have the correct mailing address.
Need a replacement mail ballot? You can call our office at 970-429-2732.
Please note, after February 26th we can no longer mail a ballot to you. Instead, you can simply visit one of our Voter Service and Polling Centers to vote or collect a replacement mail ballot in person.
Returning your mail ballot:
You can mail your ballot back to us, or drop it off at one of our locations.
Our office must receive your ballot by 7pm on election day for your vote to count. Postmarks do not count!
After February 26th, we don't recommend that you mail your ballot. Instead, utilize any ballot drop box listed below to ensure that it arrives on time.
You can track your mail ballot using BallotTrax. This service will notify you when your ballot is received by our office and when it is accepted for counting.
Mail Ballot 24/7 Drop-Box Locations:
Available from Saturday January 20th through 7pm on Election Day
Pitkin County Administration & Sheriff's Office
530 East Main Street, Aspen, CO 81611
Available from Monday February 12th through 7pm on Election Day
Town of Snowmass Village Town Hall
130 Kearns Road, Snowmass Village, CO 81615
Available from February 12th through 7pm on Election Day
Basalt Town Hall
101 Midland Avenue, Basalt CO 81621
Where to Vote
You can vote in person during Early Voting or on Election Day. Remember to bring your identification with you! You can find a full list of acceptable identification here.
Voter Service and Polling Centers:
Aspen Police Department
540 E. Main Street, Aspen CO 81611
Mon-Fri, Feb. 26 – Mar. 4, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Saturday, Mar. 2, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Election Day, Tuesday, Mar. 5, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
ADA accessible voting machines are available at any voting center listed above.
During Early Voting and on Election Day eligible electors can:
Register to vote
Update a voter registration
Vote in person
Drop off a mail ballot
Secure a replacement mail ballot
Important Dates and Deadlines
20th Ballots mailed to active military and overseas voters
1st Public Logic and Accuracy Test
12th Ballots mailed to all active, registered voters
12th Last day voter registration drive application can be accepted
26th Early Voting begins at the Pitkin County Administration and Sheriff's Office
26th Last day our office can mail a ballot
5th - Election Day! Voting from 7am-7pm
13th Last day to cure a rejected ballot
27th Canvass Deadline