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Upcoming Election

The November 6, 2018 General Election will determine which the outcome of county, state and congressional races, as well as local races and questions. Ballots will be mailed to all active registered voters and should arrive in mailboxes by October 19.




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Ballots will be mailed to active registered voters in mid-October. 

Visit to check that your voter registration is active and your mailing address is current. Ballots are not forwarded by the Postal Service, even if you have submitted a Change of Address Form to the post office. 

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Watch your mailbox for your mail ballot during the week of October 15. 

If you do not receive a mail ballot, please update your voter registration at by Monday, October 29 and a replacement ballot will be mailed to your new address. Ballots cannot be forwarded by the Postal Service.

After October 29, ballots are not mailed and you must to go to a Voter Service and Polling Center in order to update your registration and request a ballot.

Read all instructions with your ballot. Mark your choices by filling in the ovals with a black or blue pen. Prepare and sign your return envelope. 

Return your General Election Ballot by mail with paid postage, or deliver it to any one of our ballot box locations. Ballots must be received Arapahoe County by 7 p.m. on Election Day, November 6 to be counted. Postmarks do not count as received.

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Track your ballot online with Ballot Track. You also can sign up for text, phone or email messages when your ballot has been mailed to you and received by Arapahoe County.

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Visit a Voter Service and Polling Center between October 22 and November 6 to register to vote, update registration, replace or request a ballot, or vote on an accessible touch-screen tablet.

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The November 6 General Election will determine the outcome of county, statewide and congressional races, as well as local races and ballot measures.

A final list of candidates and sample ballots will be available in September. 

See a list of offices up for election serving Arapahoe County


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Become an adult or student election judge.

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Observe the election on behalf of a political party, candidate or issue committee.

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Place a race or question on the ballot in Arapahoe County.