Voter info

Voter info
The library is a place where people come together for civic engagement, social interaction and information. Refer to the voting resources below or speak with an Anythink staff member if you have questions.

Voting for the first time

To register to vote in Adams County, you must:

  • Be 18 years of age or older at the time of the next election;
  • Be a United States citizen;
  • Have resided in Colorado 22 days immediately before the election at which you intend to vote; and
  • Not be serving a sentence of confinement, detention, or parole for a felony conviction

If you’ve never voted in the State of Colorado, you can register online with a Colorado driver’s license or other state ID card. If you do not have a Colorado ID, print and complete this registration form and return it to the Adams County Elections Department. Completed forms can be scanned and emailed to adams.elections@adcogov.org or mailed or delivered to: Adams County Elections Department, 4430 S. Adams County Pkwy., 1st Floor, Suite E3201, Brighton, CO 80601-8207.

You can also register at your nearest Colorado driver license office.

Update your info

Visit govotecolorado.com to quickly update your voter registration or check to see if you’re registered.

Vote

Colorado makes voting easy. All registered voters will automatically receive a ballot in the mail. Once you’ve completed your ballot, you can:

Elections

Elections aren’t just every four years. Make your voice heard on the local and state-wide level by voting in every election.

  • Local elections – also known as coordinated or municipal elections – occur in odd-numbered years. The next coordinated election will take place in 2019.
  • Colorado gubernatorial (governor) elections occur every four years. The next gubernatorial election will take place in 2022.
  • Presidential elections occur every four years. The next presidential election will take place in 2020.
  • Special elections can occur in any year.

Understand your ballot

Non-partisan, non-profit websites like Vote411.org and Ballotpedia.org offer informative guides on ballot issues or provide a sample ballot based on your address.

Get involved

  • Meet your neighbors and participate in civic engagement at Civic Saturday. Anythink’s next Civic Saturday will take place on Saturday, May 18, at Anythink Wright Farms. 
  • 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 politicos: 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 adams.elections@adcogov.org for more information on how you can get involved. 
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