Voting

ACLU-Know Your Rights

Statewide

Everyone has basic rights under the U.S. Constitution and civil rights laws. Learn more about what your rights are, including voting rights, from the ACLU website.

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Ballotpedia

nonpartisan website with policital news

Ballotpedia provides neutral, accurate, and verifiable information. According to the nonprofit's website, their mission is to educate people who are considering running for office, making a voting decision, or just wanting political news from a nonpartisan source.

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CCJRC–Voting with Conviction

1212 Mariposa, Suite #6, Denver CO 80204

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CCJRC's Voting with Conviction project clears up the confusion around voter eligibility for people with a criminal history.

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Citizen University TV

Learn how to be an engaged member of your community

Statewide

Citizen University works to teach people how to be engaged members of their community and our country. Click on the video link to see the full list of programs created by Citizen University. Each is about an hour long, and topics run from community organizing, running for office, the power of neighbors, and more.

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Citizens Project

Pikes Peak area organization that helps with civic engagement

Southeast CO

Colorado Springs

Citizens Project is a local grassroots nonprofit in the Pikes Peak region that works on equal rights, individual freedoms, separation of church and state, civic engagement, and respect for diversity.

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Colorado Common Cause

Colorado chapter that works to protect your vote and much more

Statewide

Denver

Colorado Common Cause promotes public participation in our government, protects the right to vote, and advocates for campaign finance reform and increased transparency and ethics in government. Click on the website link to learn more about their work and how you can get involved.

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Colorado General Assembly

Find your state representative and state senator

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The Colorado General Assembly is the state legislature for Colorado. Their website will help you find your state Senator and Representative in the Colorado State Legislature. To use the search, enter your address information in the search bar located on the left side of the screen and click the search button. You may also click anywhere on the map to bring up legislative member information for that area.

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FAQ for Voters with a Criminal Record

Get the facts on voting rights if you have a criminal record in Colorado.

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It is legal in Colorado for people who have been convicted of a felony to vote after release from incarceration. In Colorado, this includes people on parole. People under probation supervision are eligible to vote. People in a county jail on pretrial detainee status are eligible to vote. Colorado's Secretary of State office has a list of other frequently asked questions. Click on the website link below.

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HeadCount

national organization that promotes voting and getting involved

Statewide

HeadCount is a non-partisan organization that works with musicians to promote participation in democracy.

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How to Vote If You’re Homeless

What address to use to register to vote if you're homeless

If you're homeless, live in an RV on a permanent basis, or have no fixed permanent address, you may use any address you regularly return to for voter registration purposes. This means your parole office's address can be used for voter registration and you can have your ballot mailed there. Click on the website link for the FAQ page from the Secretary of State's office for people who are homeless or are being forced to move due to foreclosure.

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Interactive Statewide Voter Guide

Sponsored by COLab Project, a collaboration of 60 online news outlets

This interactive statewide voter guide helps you find reporting from across Colorado about the major races and measures on your ballot as you prepare to vote in the 2020 Election. Search by race, measure, topic, news outlet or location.

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Just Vote Colorado

Find the closest place to vote and ballot boxes

Statewide

Just Vote Colorado has answers to all of your voting questions through their hotlines. You can also report problems with voting or find out where or how to vote.

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Just Vote Colorado

Report Voting Fraud or problems with voting

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Just Vote Colorado has answers to all of your voting questions through their hotlines. You can also report problems with voting or find out where or how to vote.

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Last Week Tonight with John Oliver–Voting

learn about voter suppression and why your vote matters!

Statewide

The one and only John Oliver walks you through voter suppression. Filmed in 2016.

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League of Women Voters of Colorado

Use their website to read surveys with candidates and be more informed

Statewide

The League of Women Voters' website is a great source of information about elections. Click on the website link to use their tools that will help you be an informed voter. League chapters are nonpartisan and never endorse or oppose particular political parties or candidates.

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MediaWise Voter Project

Learn how to research issues and candidates

MediaWise videos will help you be more informed. Learn about how to follow the money, how to research candidates and issues, and more.

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New Era Colorado

Get involved in Colorado politics and learn more

Statewide

New Era fights for a better Colorado for everyone, not just for a privileged few. Check out their website to learn how to get involved.

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New Era Colorado

Click on resource and watch their video!

Statewide

New Era Colorado works to register voters and to teach young people why they should vote.

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Open States

Open States helps you do political research in every state

Statewide

OpenStates.org helps people find out who represents them, look up information on an important bill that’s been in the news, discover how their representatives are voting, or just stay current with what is happening in their capital. Click on the website link and you'll see info about Colorado's state senators, state representatives, committees, and bills.

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Register to Vote at Your County’s Clerk & Recorder Office

Register to vote through your county's clerk & recorder office

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Each county in Colorado has a Clerk & Recorder office that runs elections for that county. Click on the website link and then click on your county. You'll find contact information for your Clerk & Recorder's office. Look for the Elections button.

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Register to Vote with Secretary of State’s Office

Register to vote on the Secretary of State's website

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Click on the website link to go to the Colorado Secretary of State's Elections & Voting information page. Click on Voters to register to vote. You'll see lots of other options to learn more, including a place to type in your address to learn the closest place to you to vote.

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Rock the Vote

Learn why voting matters

Statewide

Rock the Vote is a national effort that promotes democracy and the importance of voting. The video features Ike Barinholtz from The Mindy Project talking about why voting matters.

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Starter Guide on How to Become More Civically Engaged in Colorado

303 Magazine article

Great article on how to get involved. Click on the link to learn more. Voting is just your first step!

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Together Colorado

Organization in Colorado that works on many issues

Statewide

Together Colorado is a nonpartisan, multi-racial and multi-faith community organization that works to get people involved in Colorado's communities and the issues.

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United States House of Representatives

Find Your Representative in Congress

Statewide

Not sure of your congressional district or who your representative is? This website will help you. Enter your ZIP code to learn your congressional district. Then click on the link for your Congressional representative.

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United States Senate

Find Your Senator

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Colorado has two senators in the United States Senate. Click on the website to learn who your senators are, and to learn more about the history of Colorado's senators.

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Vote Smart

learn how politicians vote using this nonpartisan research website and get the facts

Vote Smart tracks thousands of policitians. You can find their biographies, issue positions, voting records, public statements, ratings and their funders. It's easy to look up a politician here! Build for "thinking Americans."

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Voting from Jail

People in a county jail as a pretrial detainee or serving time for a misdemeanor are eligible to vote

Statewide

People incarcerated in a county jail in Colorado are eligible to vote if a pretrail detainee or serving a sentence for a misdemeanor conviction. Jail administrators must coordinate voter registration and voting. Click on the website link to read all of the FAQs from the Colorado Secretary of State that involve voting while involved in the justice system.

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Voting Q&A from The Sun

Answers to questions you may want to ask!

Lots of off-the-wall questions here, but take a look!

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Voting When on Sex Offense Registry

People required to register as a sex offender are eligible to vote. In Colorado, the only justice-involved people who may not vote are people who are currently incarcerated or detained for a felony conviction. People on parole may vote. People on probation may vote. For further information, you may contact the clerk and recorder's office for the county where you live. Click on the website link for a complete list of the offices. If you are given voting advice contrary to this, please contact Remerg at info@remerg.com.

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Voting While On Parole

It's legal to vote while on parole in Colorado!

If you're on parole in Colorado, you can register to vote and vote! If you don't believe us, see the notice from Colorado's Secretary of State below. Click on the pdf link. Click on the website link to see the bill that made it legal in 2019.

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