Election day is Tuesday, November 4 — just a week from tomorrow. If you haven’t voted yet, now is the time to have your say in this important election, where Colorado will be deciding its next Governor; U.S. Senator; U.S. Representatives; Colorado Attorney General, Secretary of State, and Treasurer; all Colorado House seats; and many Colorado Senate seats; as well as several significant ballot issues, the retention of many of Colorado’s judges, and a number of local issues.
There is still time to make your voice heard this election. For the first time, Colorado is allowing same-day registration — meaning you can register to vote on election day. Also for the first time this year, all voting is by mail-in ballot. (If you register too late to get a mail ballot, you can still vote at a polling location — see the Colorado Secretary of State’s www.GoVoteColorado.com page to find a polling place or to register online now). For a summary of the new laws, as well as a calendar of important election-related dates, candidate information, and more, see the Colorado Secretary of State’s 2014 Election Information homepage.