Citizens across the country will soon make their voices heard and decide the next President of the United States of America, in addition to a number of other measures, referendums and elected officials. While the official ballot won’t be made public until Sept. 26, here’s what you need to know about casting your vote in Adams County.
To register to vote in Adams County, you must:
If you meet all of the eligibility requirements, your next step is registration. You can register in Adams County through the presidential Election Day – Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016.
By mail or online: Visit govotecolorado.com at least eight days before the election to register, check your registration or update your registration.
Voter registration drive: Submit your information to a voter registration drive at least 22 days before the election.
In person: Visit a voter service and polling center through Election Day.
In-person registration is also offered at:
Vote in person on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016, at any of one of the above polling centers or at other temporary polling center locations – including Anythink Wright Farms – throughout the county. Likewise, you can drop off your ballot at an additional 14 locations located throughout the county. For a list of drop-off sites, visit co.adams.co.us.
Interested in serving your community this election season? If you’re at least 18 years old, you can serve as an election judge on Election Day. This volunteer position helps officiate responsible and orderly voting at your local precinct.
Future politcos: If you’re passionate about the political process, but not quite old enough to vote, you can still volunteer. High school juniors and seniors that are at least 16 years old and in good standing at their school can submit an application to serve as an official Student Election Judge on Election Day.
Call 720-523-6500 or email email@example.com for more information on how you can get involved.
As of July 2016, there are 216,947 total registered voters in Adams County:
Let’s take a look at how Adams County has voted in previous presidential elections: