Upcoming Elections

State of Colorado Primary Date: Tuesday, June 30 (Election day)

Jefferson County Clerk and Recorder, George Stern will send ballots to all active registered Republican, Democratic, Libertarian and unaffiliated voters for the June 30, 2020 primary election. Unaffiliated voters will receive a Republican and Democratic ballot, but can only return one ballot. Minor party voters do not have a primary election and will not receive any ballots. Voters who are 17 years old, but will turn 18 by the general election on November 3, are eligible to vote in this primary, and will receive a ballot along with everyone else as long as they were pre-registered to vote. If they (or voters of any age) are not yet registered, they may still register and vote up until 7 p.m. on Election Night at a local VSPC.

What items are on the Ballot:

  • The top race on the ballot is the U.S. Senate seat.
  • For the major parties, the U.S. Senate race is followed by candidates for U.S. house, the state board of education and/or CU regent (depending on your district), the state legislature, district attorney, and county commissioner.

SAMPLE BALLOTS,  (as listed on the Jeff Co Elections page):

Republican Ballot

Democratic Ballot

Libertarian Ballot

Please note that your ballot will not look exactly like these - it will only have the races in which you are eligible to vote.

IMPORTANT DATES:

Saturday, May 16: Military and absentee voter (UOCAVA) ballots mailed

Monday, June 8: Ballots mailed and drop boxes open 

Monday, June 22: Voter Service and Polling Centers open (VSPC)

Tuesday, June 30 Election Day; find voting locations here, ballots must be in by 7 p.m. (Postmarks do not count)

IMPORTANT REMINDERS: Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 30, 2020. You must seal your ballot in the official return envelope and sign the outside of the envelope.  

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 on ADA accessible equipment.  All in-person Voter Service and Polling Centers are ADA accessible.

Where to drop Ballots:  NEW LOCATION for the City of Wheat Ridge in the Anderson Park parking lot, directly across from the Maintenance building located at 9110 W. 44th Avenue.

CITY HALL, located at 7500 W. 29th Avenue in the drive way entrance to the building.  No inside ballot box drop-off at this time.

If you mail your ballots, it is recommended doing so at least 8 days before the election.  Please remember that postmarks do  not count.

If you need 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 you to track your ballot online.  You can also sign up to receive messages by email, phone or text when your ballot has been sent to you and received by Jeffco Elections. However, your phone company’s text message or voice rates may apply.

Voter Resources

2020 Election 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.)