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Voter Resources

Which county do you reside in? City of Aurora Political Districts Map

What ward do you reside in? City of Aurora Ward Map

Who currently serves on City Council? Mayor and City Council Members

Ways to Vote

Ballots will be mailed to active registered voters. Verify your voter registration address by visiting Ballots cannot be forwarded by the Postal Service. Check with the county you reside in for additional information regarding your ballot and specific voting locations.

Mail Ballot

Return your ballot by mail with paid postage. Ballots must be received by your county by 7 p.m. on Election Day.

Voter Service Polling Centers

Drop off a mail-in ballot, vote in-person, register to vote in-person, update voter registration or request a replacement ballot.

Arapahoe County VSPC Locations

Adams County VSPC Locations

Douglas County VSPC Locations

Ballot Drop Box Locations

Secure receptacles established to receive mail ballots 24 hours a day. All locations are monitored by a video security surveillance recording system.

Arapahoe County Ballot Drop-off Locations

Adams County Ballot Drop-off Locations

Douglas County Ballot Drop-off Locations

Voter Registration

If you meet the state residency requirements to vote in an election, you may now register to vote up to and on election day.

If you have changed your address you will need to re-register to vote. Your new address is not automatically tracked or changed for voter registration purposes when you move. If you have changed your name through marriage, divorce or a legal name change, you need to update your voter registration records with the county clerk where you reside.

Register to Vote with the State

Military and Overseas Voter Information

State of Colorado Voting Information

Find My Voter Registration

Qualifications to register to vote 
  • Be a citizen of the United States by birth or naturalization
  • Be 18 years of age or older on the date of the next election
  • Have resided in the state 22 days immediately prior to the election at which you intend to vote and be a resident of the municipality on the date you register.

No person while serving a sentence of detention or confinement in a correctional facility, jail or other location for a felony conviction, or while serving a sentence of parole, shall be eligible to register to vote or to vote in any election.

Election Security and Integrity

The resources below provide information regarding voter security, auditing, testing and certification processes.

Douglas County Election Information

Arapahoe County Election Information

Adams County Election Information

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