Are you new to Colorado?

Is your voter registration current? 
 

Have you moved, changed your name, or your mailing address? 

 

Use the online portal!  Or with a smartphone, text "CO2VOTE" to 28683!  

 

You can register as a new voter online if you already have a Colorado Driver's License or ID.  If you do not have a Colorado Driver's License or ID, download and complete this form and mail, fax or send to us online using this link!

Who can register to vote?

In order to register to vote in Colorado, you must be:

  • A citizen of the USA

  • At least 16 years old ( you must be 18 by election day to vote in an election).

  • A resident of the State of Colorado (you must have established residency at least 22 days before election day to be eligible to vote).

Registration deadlines

If you wish to vote in an upcoming election, you must register by the following deadlines:​

  • 22 Days before Election Day if you wish to register to vote through a Voter Registration Drive or Voter Registration Agency 

  • 8 Days before Election Day if you wish to register to vote at the DMV, online, or by mail and wish to receive a mail ballot.

  • By 7pm on Election Day, if you wish to vote in person.

What ID do I need to register?

In order to register to vote in Colorado, you must provide a form of acceptable identification:

  • If you have a Colorado Driver's license or ID card you can register online or by using the paper form with the number.

  • If you do not have the above, you can register using the paper form and providing the last 4 digits of your social security number.

  • If you have neither of the above, you can still register using the paper form. You should submit an alternative form of identification with your voter registration application. Click here for a full list of acceptable identification.

  • Please note - if we cannot verify your Social Security Number before the next election, or if you do not provide identification when you register you may be required to provide acceptable identification before you can vote. To avoid any delays with processing your mail ballot, you are encouraged to submit identification when you register. Click here for a full list of identification. 

Privacy of Voter Information​

Voter registration records are public records, although personal information contained in voter registration records remains private.

Personal information includes driver's license, date of birth, SSN and email address.

Your Phone Number

Even if you are listed on the National Do Not Call List, political calls to voters are permitted under Colorado law. This includes telephone solicitations that are:

  • Made for the sole purpose of urging support for or opposition to a political candidate or ballot issue; or

  • Made for the sole purpose of conducting political polls or soliciting the expression of opinions, ideas, or votes.

You can contact us at 970-429-2732 to request that your phone number be removed from your voter registration record, but this provides no guarantee that your phone number will not be obtained from other sources. Currently, there is no complaint or removal process established for these types of calls.

To reduce the number of political calls, we urge you to return your ballot as early as possible before Election Day. As soon as you return your voted ballot, campaigns and parties will see your name on our public turnout list, and can opt to remove you from further call lists.

Contact Us:

Call: 970-429-2732 / Fax: 970-445-3007 / *Email: elections@pitkincounty.com  

530 E Main St., Ste 104, Aspen, CO  81611

*Please be advised that email is a potentially insecure method of communication.  Transmitting your confidential information (e.g. DOB/SSN/driver' license number/signature) through email may compromise the privacy of your information.  If you would like to submit your confidential voter information to Pitkin County via email, Pitkin County recommends that you only submit such information to Pitkin County using the Sookasa encryption program by following the directions explained above.  Sookasa is a third-party encryption service, and Pitkin County makes no claims, promises, or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of using the Sookasa application to do so.