Election

Everything You Need to Know About Voting in Colorado

Everything You Need to Know About Voting in Colorado
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Colorado is well known for being one of the easiest states in which to vote, and we live in just one of seventeen states where you can still register to vote on Election Day itself (Tuesday, November 6, this year). If you’re not registered but you want to vote (you should!), we’ve got you covered.

Bottom line: Colorado’s election system is pretty damn lazy-proof. It takes a few seconds of your time to navigate, and in a swing state with a couple of very closely watched elections and ballot measures, you’ve got no excuse not to participate.

Monday, October 15, marked the first day that ballots were sent out to voters across the state, which means you should be getting yours soon. Here are a few things to know.
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Chris Bianchi is a Westword contributor interested in politics.
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