Upcoming Elections

Did you miss the Election Forum on September 30 with this year's candidates hosted by the League of Women Voters and the Wheat Ridge Chamber? Watch the video and meet all those running for seats on Wheat Ridge City Council. Mayor Bud Starker also appears on the forum although he is running unopposed. https://youtu.be/gRheJewGLPE

2021 Elections Blue Book

2021 Coordinated Election

Sat Sept. 18
Military and overseas ballots were mailed

Mon Oct. 8
Ballots will be mailed out by Jefferson County Elections to all active registered voters and the 24 hr. ballot drop boxes will open. 

Replacement ballots available from JeffCo Elections at 303-271-8111

Tues Oct. 5
Last day to conduct Logic and Accuracy Testing 

Tues Nov. 2
Election Day

Drop boxes (the recommended voting method) and in-person vote centers are open through Election Day. Additional services are available (registering to vote, getting a replacement ballot, etc.), utilize any voter center up until 7 p.m.

Tue Nov. 15
Last day for post-election audit 

Wed Nov. 22
Last day for canvass and certification

IMPORTANT REMINDERS: Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on Tuesday, NOVEMBER 2, 2021. You must seal your ballot in the official return envelope and sign the outside of the envelope.  

Election Security The Jefferson County Elections Division is committed to providing secure and accessible elections.

Vote in person at a Voter Service and Polling Center  (VSPC) or call 303-271-8111 for the latest updates.

VSPC Services include: Register to vote, Update your registration, Get a replacement ballot, Vote in person, Vote at ADA accessible equipment.  All in-person Voter Service and Polling Centers are ADA accessible.

Where to drop Ballots:  Wheat Ridge City Hall, located at 7500 W. 29th Avenue in the drive-way entrance to the facility. (Please note there is no inside ballot box drop off).  NO POSTAGE IS REQUIRED at any ballot drop boxes.

Anderson Park, in the parking lot directly across from the Maintenance building, located at 9110 W. 44th Avenue.

Prospect Park, located at 44th and Robb Street. 

It is recommended to mail ballots at least eight days before the election. Please remember that postmarks do not count.

To receive a replacement ballot or envelope, contact the Jefferson County Elections Division at 303-271-8111.  BallotTrax is a free service for Jefferson County voters that allows tracking ballots online. Sign up to receive messages by email, phone or text to determine when a ballot has been sent and received by Jeffco Elections. However, phone company’s text message or voice rates may apply.

Voter Resources

2021 Candidate Calendar

Voter Registration Information

District Map

Jefferson County Elections Website   (including complete Elections results starting at 7:00 PM)

Colorado Secretary of State Elections Website (including Voter Registration look up, changing your name, change parties, etc.)

Update voter registration at: GoVoteColorado.gov