Welcome to UU the Vote at Jefferson Unitarian Church. We believe that our ongoing democracy requires us to be involved and ensure our values are reflected in our votes!
We are not alone in this effort.
We are able to be part of the civic engagement to ensure that our faith is represented in the conversation, including addressing voter suppression, getting people registered, and then, making sure that we help people get their votes in and counted.
It’s big work, but we’ve partnered with the best experts in the field, inside and outside the Unitarian Universalist Association. Find out more about the national effort we’re partnered with at uuthevote.org.
Check Your Registration!
Colorado voting is done by mail ballot. Every active voter receives a ballot in the mail at their voter registration address (probably your address when you received or updated your driver’s license). If any mail sent to a person by the county at their voter registration address is returned, then that voter becomes inactive and they no longer receive a ballot in the mail until they update their voter information at GoVoteColorado.com or contact their county election office (County contact information). Voter registration and updating your address is REALLY EASY in Colorado!
2023 The Hidden Life of Special Districts
On March 6, 2023 JUC UU the Vote co-hosted an event with JUC CAN and the League of Women Voters about hidden voter districts in Colorado. The first 20 minutes of this video are audio only (technical difficulties). Please follow along with the slides ‘The Hidden Lives of Special Districts’ and the first part of ‘Colorado Metro Districts.’