Arapahoe County Elections makes select public lists of registered voters available online for download at no cost. All information contained in these lists is considered public under state law.*
All data comes from the Colorado SCORE statewide voter registration database and is provided in its original, unaltered form in comma delimited text format. These lists are best viewed in Microsoft Excel. See the instructions to open a text file in Excel.
Registered Voters in Arapahoe County
The following list will be updated every Friday, excluding holidays.
|EX002||Registered Voter List with District Information and Voting History|
|Six-part file. Download all .txt files. Contains registration information for active and inactive status voters in Arapahoe County.
Voter Turnout Reports
The following lists are updated only during an active election cycle after mail-in ballots are mailed, and will be updated every business day.
|Contains information regarding voters who received/returned mail-in ballots. See a list of included fields.|
|Contains information regarding voters who voted in-person at a Voter Service and Polling Center. See a list of included fields.|
Complete an order form and return it to our office with payment to purchase a custom list or document:
|Document Type||Specifications||Cost Per Document|
|Customized Voter Lists/Reports||Custom voter lists or reports may be requested for Arapahoe County voters only. Criteria may include all electors or specific precinct/district; all parties or specific political party; all active voters, inactive voters or both; voting history for the past 20 years, five years or for a specific election; and other fields.||
$25 Comma Delimited Text File
|$35 Microsoft Excel File|
|Copies||Printed Lists on 8.5 ” x 11 ” paper||
$0.25 / page
*Address data is not provided for voters who are protected as ‘confidential’ voters in accordance with Colorado law (C.R.S. 24-72-204). Voter data is not provided for pre-registered voters under age 18 (C.R.S. 1-2-227.) We will never disclose voters’ social security numbers, driver’s license or state-issued identification numbers, electronic copies of voter signatures, voter email addresses, or how a voter voted. (C.R.S. 1-2-302, C.R.S. 1-1-110 and 1-7-105)