JUC Community Action Network (CAN)

It’s election season…What CAN you do?

Mid-term General Election Day is Tuesday, November 6 until 7 p.m.
This election is an all-mail ballot. The ballots will be mailed to all registered voters starting on Monday, October 15.

 

CHECK YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION (and encourage others)

www.govotecolorado.com

Check your information
Change your information
Register to vote

 

BE INFORMED by attending our JUC CAN events:

Statewide Ballot Issues Community Meeting
Saturday, October 13, 1-3 p.m. at Jefferson Unitarian Church

 

Jefferson County Commissioner Candidates Forum and Meet & Greet for Jeffco Candidates

Facebook Event

Download the Poster

 

Colorado Ballot Information Booklet (“Blue Book”)

 

Visit our table on Sundays in October to pick up your “Vote Your UU Values” button and learn about ballot issues
Attend Meet and Greets for Candidates
League of Women Voters Online Voters Guide (after October 9)
2018 Offices Up for Election
2018 General Election Candidate List
2018 Jeffco Candidate List
Amendments and Propositions on the 2018 Ballot
2018 Colorado Ballot Issues from JUC CAN
League of Women Voters of Colorado Positions on 2018 Colorado Ballot Issues

Ballot Issues Supported by JUC CAN:

Amendment AProhibit Slavery and Involuntary Servitude in All Circumstances

Amendment 73Funding for Public Schools

Amendment 73 Tax Impact Calculator

District Impact Summaries

Jeffco Public Schools Facility Facts Page with the needs and plans for every Jeffco school. How will Jeffco Public Schools Use the Additional Funding?

Proposition 111Limitation on Payday Loans

Amendment Y – Congressional Redistricting, and

Amendment Z – Legislative Redistricting

Jefferson County School District 5A (Mill Levy Override)

Jefferson County School District 5B (Bond)

 

VOTE!

You CAN make a difference!

Mid-term General Election Day is Tuesday, November 6 until 7 p.m.
This election is an all-mail ballot.
Ballots will be mailed to all registered voters starting on Monday, October 15.
Ballots can be issued by the county clerk to any eligible voter who requests one in-person starting on Friday, October 5.

 

Jefferson County Election Office
3500 Illinois Street, Suite 1100
Golden, CO 80401
303-271-8111
Monday–Friday, 7:30 a.m – 5:30 p.m

Voter Registration Locations (www.jeffco.us/510/Voter-Registration-Locations)

Ballot Drop Off and Voter Service Locations (www.jeffco.us/DocumentCenter/View/511/Ballot-Drop-Off-Locations-PDF?bidId=)

 

Need an Absentee Ballot?

Register and request your absentee ballot (https://www.fvap.gov/colorado)

  • Need to submit a Federal Post Card Application (FPCA).
  • Ballots must be sent by 7:00 pm (Colorado time) on Tuesday, November 6.
  • Ballots must be received by your local Colorado county election office no later than the 8th day after the election.

 

Election FAQs

When is the deadline to register to vote?

You can register to vote and vote in-person at a voter service and polling center in your county anytime through 7 p.m. on Election Day (Tuesday, November 6).

How do I vote in Colorado?

All voters receive ballots in the mail. You can send your ballot by mail (be sure to affix adequate postage) or use 24-hour ballot drop boxes. Postmarks do not count; ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day (Tuesday, November 6) in order to be counted.

Do I need identification if I vote in-person?

Yes. Most voters use their Colorado driver’s license or Colorado ID. Other forms of identification accepted.

When I vote and show an ID, does the address on my ID need to match my voter registration?

If you show ID that has an address on it, the address must be in Colorado but it does not have to match your voter registration.

Can I register or vote if I don’t have an ID?

If you want to register to vote or vote on Election Day, but do not have verifiable identification, you may vote a “provisional ballot.” After Election Day, the election official will review the provisional ballot to verify your eligibility to vote. If you are eligible, your ballot will be counted.

Can I get time off from my job to vote?

Yes. By law, a voter may get time off without loss of pay if they do not have sufficient time outside of regular working hours to vote. See Colorado Revised Statutes Section 1-7-102 for details.

Will I still be able to vote if I am in line past 7 p.m. on Election Day?

Voters who are in line at their polling location by 7 p.m. are allowed to vote no matter how long it takes for each person to cast his or her ballot.