Vote NO by May 5

Voting in Pueblo is straightforward! The city sends mail ballots to all active voters starting April 15. Not registered yet? You can get registered at a polling center, and vote at the same time. The deadline to vote is May 5 at 7 p.m. We need every vote for NO on 2A that we can get to win, so check out the information below!

Return Your Ballot

  • BY MAIL: You must put it in the mail by May 1. If that date has passed, follow the directions below.

  • IN PERSON: You can vote in person at one of the city's many Voter Service and Polling Center. Locations in the map below.

  • DROP BOX: Drop your ballot off at a 24-hour drop box from now until May 7 at 7 p.m.

Voter Service and Polling Center Hours

  • Monday, April 29 through May 3: 10am to 6pm

  • Saturday, May 4: 10am to 2pm

  • Monday, May 6: 10am to 6pm

  • Tuesday, May 7, Election Day: All locations are open from 7am to 7pm

Helpful Links

Find lots of election information including voting locations and sample ballots

The Secretary of State's website is the place to check and/or update your voter registration status

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Map of voting locations and dropboxes

24-Hour Ballot Drop Boxes

Don’t mail your ballot after May 1. Instead, you can find a nearby 24-hour ballot drop-off location! There are many in the city.

24-Hour Drop Box Locations

Barnum Recreation Center
360 N Hooker St

 

Bear Valley Branch Library
5171 W Dartmouth Ave

Blair-Caldwell Library
2401 Welton St

Carla Madison Recreation Center
2401 E Colfax Ave

Central Park Recreation Center
9651 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

Cook Park Recreation Center
7100 Cherry Creek South Dr

Denver Botanic Gardens
1007 N York St

Denver Elections Division
200 W 14th Ave

Denver Human Services
1200 N Federal Blvd

Denver Museum of Nature & Science
2001 N Colorado Blvd

Denver Police Department District 1
1311 W 46th Ave

Denver Police Department District 3
1625 S University Blvd

Eisenhower Recreation Center
4300 E Dartmouth Ave

Green Valley Ranch Recreation Center
4890 N Argonne Way

Harvey Park Recreation Center
2120 S Tennyson Way

Hiawatha Davis Jr Recreation Center
3334 N Holly St

Highland Recreation Center
2880 N Osceola St

Montbello Recreation Center
15555 E 53rd Ave

Montclair Recreation Center
729 N Ulster Way

Ross – Cherry Creek Branch Library
305 N Milwaukee St

RTD – I-25 and Broadway Station
901 S Broadway

RTD – Light Rail at Union Station
1601 Chestnut Pl

RTD – Southmoor Station
3737 S Monaco Street Pkwy

Scheitler Recreation Center
5031 W 46th Ave

Southwest Recreation Center
9200 W Saratoga Pl

Stapleton MCA Administrative Offices
8351 Northfield Blvd

Washington Park Recreation Center
701 S Franklin St

Wellington Webb Municipal Building
201 W Colfax Ave

Voter Service and Polling Centers

VSPCs support people who prefer to vote in person or need to register to vote. They also are for people who never received a ballot or lost their ballot.

Voter Service and Polling Centers

Christ Community Church
8085 E Hampden Ave

 

Denver Elections Division
200 W 14th Ave

Denver Police Department District 3
1625 S University Blvd

Harvey Park Recreation Center
2120 S Tennyson Way

Hiawatha Davis Jr Recreation Center
3334 N Holly St

Highland Recreation Center
2880 N Osceola St

Montbello Recreation Center
15555 E 53rd Ave

Frequently asked questions

Am I registered to vote?


Visit the Secretary of State's "Go Vote Colorado" website to check. You can register there too. https://www.sos.state.co.us/voter/pages/pub/home.xhtml




If I'm not registered, can I still vote?


Yes! You can register and vote up until 7pm on Election Day (May 7, 2019). Go to a Voter Service and Polling Center. There you can both register and vote.




I just moved to Denver. Can I vote?


If you lived in Denver before April 15, you can register to vote online at GoVoteColorado.com. Or you can go to any Voter Service and Polling Center until when polls close at 7pm on May 7.




Do I need an I.D. to vote?


That depends. If this is your first time voting and you did not provide I.D. when you registered to vote, then you will need to include a copy of your I.D. with your ballot. If your I.D. is needed, your ballot will indicate that.





Questions, comments or concerns?  Contact the Denver Election Department by calling or texting 303-653-9668 .

Thank you for voting NO on 300!

NO on 2A Co-Chairs

 

Gus Sandstrom, former Pueblo D.A

Lori Winner, City Council at-Large

Dennis Flores, City Council President

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