Information and Upcoming Events October 28th - Final day to Mail in Ballots November 5th- Final day to Register to vote November 5th at 7 PM- Must turn in ballot for vote to be counted.
2019 Election Propositions
It's too late to mail in your ballot but it's not too late to vote! This election has a lot of Coloradans confused about which propositions will benefit Colorado and which ones will not. Below I have listed the amendments and articles on the ballot and how the Democratic party and bipartisan groups urge you to vote.
Proposition CC: Yes. In the spirit of TABOR, prop CC asks voters to allow the state to keep collected taxes to build infrastructure and fund public schools. It is crucial to the future health of our state to pass this proposition.
Proposition DD: Yes.
This measure will legalize sports betting, tax it and use those funds to pay for a state water plan that Colorado most certainly needs to prepare for the future.
The last day to mail ballots was October 28th. But you can still drop your ballot off by 7 PM on November 5th. To find your closest ballot drop off location click here. If you're not registered to vote you can register from now until November 5th. To register to vote click here. For other FAQ's about voting please visit the Secretary of State Website here.
November 1, 2019: Open Enrollment started — first day to enroll, re-enroll, or change a 2020 insurance plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace. December 15, 2019: Last day to enroll in or change plans for 2020 coverage. After this date, you can enroll or change plans only if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period. January 1, 2020: 2020 coverage starts, if you've paid your first premium
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