- Who can participate in the primary (incluing age and affiliation requirements)
- Why you may receive two primary ballots in 2020
- What is the different between a primary, caucus, and a general election
- Learn more here: https://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/FAQs/primaryElectionsFAQ.html
- Register to vote
- Check your voter registration status
Governor John Hickenlooper signed HB13-1303, The Voter Access & Modernized Elections Act in to law on May 10, 2013. All voters in Colorado will be receive ballots in the mail. Voters will still have opportunities to vote in-person at a polling center early and on election day. The Voter Access & Modernized Elections Act eliminates the voter registration deadline and allows same-day voter registration.
How to find your Precinct Number
Please note that your precinct number may have changed since you last attended caucus. We encourage everyone to check their precinct number again.
- Click here to check your voter registration status
- Fill out the forms
- Click "County and District Information"
- Scroll down to "Precinct"
How to read your Precinct Number
Precinct numbers are 10-digit numbers, such as 2145335310.
The first digit = Congressional District (2 in this example).
The second and third digits = State Senate District (14 in this example).
The fourth and fifth digits = State House District (53 in this example).
The sixth and seventh digits = County (Larimer is 35).
The last three digits = Precinct (310 in this example.)
Precincts are redrawn every 10 years during reapportionment. A precinct is approximately 1,000 registered voters.