Pledge to Vote

Election Day is Tuesday, November 5. Issue 1A appears on page 2 of the ballot. View a sample ballot. For detailed election and voting information, visit

Receive Your Ballot

Ballots will be mailed to active registered voters on October 14 and may take up to one full week to arrive. Click here to track your ballot. If you have not received your ballot by October 21, contact the county clerk’s office at (303) 795-4511.

Return Your Ballot

After completing your ballot and voting NO on Issue 1A, you can either return it by mail (paid postage required) or drop it off at one of the county’s ballot drop-off locations (no postage required).

Your ballot must be received by the county no later than 7 p.m. on Tuesday, November 5.

Mail it in: If you mail your ballot, we recommend sending it by Thursday, October 31, to ensure it is received on time. Otherwise, you should drop it off in person.

Drop it off: Here is a list of ballot drop-off locations. You can also use the county’s “Find My Nearest” system to locate the drop-off location nearest to you by entering your address.

Voter Service Centers

Arapahoe County residents with an acceptable form of ID can visit any of the county’s Voter Service and Polling Centers to:

  • Drop-off a completed mail-in ballot
  • Register to vote in-person
  • Update voter registration
  • Request a replacement ballot if your ballot was damaged or missing
  • Request to vote in-person
  • Vote on an accessible electronic ballot marking device. See details below regarding our accessible services for voters with a disability.

Accessibility for Voters with a Disability

Every Voter Service and Polling Center is HAVA/ADA accessible and offers several accessible voting interfaces that allow voters with various disabilities to effectively vote, review and cast a paper ballot in a private and independent manner. Voters may request any of the following:

  • Wheelchair-accessible voting booth
  • Audio ballot and headphones
  • Large font size on the tablet
  • Stylus pointer to assist with reaching the ballot marking device screen
  • Ability to connect to a voter’s sip & puff or paddles

Election Judges are also available to assist voters upon request.