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Voter Tool Kit


Are you registered to vote? Do you want to change your party, your address, your name?

To register online or check your registration (including party affiliation) visit the Secretary of State's Website, or text "Colorado" "CO" or "2Vote" (28683) on a smartphone to be taken to the Secretary of State's website to register to vote or check your registration.

You must have a Colorado driver's license or ID card to register or update your registration online.

To register by mail you'll need a voter registration form.

Voters can also register in person at the Clerk and Recorder's Office. Office locations and hours can be found on their websites: El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Teller County Clerk and Recorder.

Track your ballot, from when it's sent to when it's counted, by signing up for BallotTrax


Colorado will hold a primary election on June 25. Ballots will be mailed on June 3rd and are due back by 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 25.

The next general election will be held Tuesday, November 5, 2024.

Close to each election you can check League of Women Voters' online voters' guide, to learn more about candidates and election issues


The City of Colorado Springs holds elections on the first Tuesday of April in odd-numbered years. The next scheduled municipal election is April 1, 2025. 

If you live in Colorado Springs your ballot will reflect which City Council District you live in and list the candidates for your District. Learn what District you live in through this District Search or look at this Colorado Springs City Council District Map

For more information about municipal elections, visit the City Elections Page or call the City Election line at (719) 385-5901, option 4.


Candidates are about more than slogans, name recognition and personality. Be informed to help you make decisions about who you want to represent you. You can look at  candidates' websites, attend candidate forums, and talk to others about the candidate. League's publication, "How to Judge a Candidate" gives additional ideas on how to decide which candidate best represents your values.

Visit for national, state, and local election information. Candidate surveys and ballot information are published on Enter your address to see the races and questions on YOUR ballot - then print up a sample ballot with your voting preferences to guide you through the real ballot.


Curious about money in politics - who pays how much and to whom? 

Campaign Finance information for Colorado Springs elections can be found on the city's website here.

Information about State and County races can be found on the Secretary of State's TRACER Campaign Finance website.

Ballotpedia, a nonpartisan political website, tracks candidates, ballot questions, and funding at is run by the Center for Responsive Politics and offers up transparency for money in elections. has information gathered by the National Institute on Money in Politics.


A first step in taking political action can be as simple as contacting your elected officials. 

Visit our "Contact Elected Officials" page for more information.