Voter Engagement

Colorado is on the verge of a tipping point when it comes to criminal justice reform. We can improve public safety, advance racial justice, and promote other meaningful change across our state by coming together, raising our collective voice, and demonstrating our political power through voting.

CCJRC4A works to engage, educate and mobilize voters. We aim to build political power in communities most impacted by crime, overcriminalization and mass incarceration, and we are particularly interested in boosting voter engagement among people who have been directly impacted by the criminal justice system. These efforts dovetail with CCJRC’s Voting With Conviction campaign, which works to inform citizens that most people with criminal records — including those on probation and parole, and many currently in jail — are eligible to vote in Colorado.

General Election

Election Day: Tuesday, November 3

Register to Vote: Visit the Colorado Secretary of State’s election website, GoVoteColorado.com, to register online, verify your registration, and update your information. In Colorado, you can register and vote on the same day, including Election Day, at any Voter Service and Polling Center. You must be registered by October 26, 2020 to receive a ballot in the mail.

Vote in Person: Beginning October 26, voters can vote in person at any Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC). On Election Day, VSPCs will be open 7 a.m.–7 p.m. Find your county clerk’s website for VSPC locations and other local election information.

Vote by Mail: Beginning October 9, ballots will be mailed to every active registered voter in Colorado. Please fill out your ballot, remember to sign it, and mail it back as quickly as possible to ensure it arrives by November 3 at 7 p.m. If you are unsure whether your ballot will arrive through the mail on time, drop it off at a ballot drop-box or drop-off location in your county. If you do not receive a ballot, you can contact your county clerk to request one, or you can vote at a Voter Service and Polling Center in your county. Find your county clerk’s website for VSPC locations and other local election information.

Additional Resources: Visit the Colorado Secretary of State’s website for information on registering and voting. It also includes a list of general election FAQs. If you need help voting or registering to vote, please call Just Vote Colorado’s election hotline at 866-687-8683 (Español: 888-839-8682).

CCJRC4Action Youth Vote!

In Colorado, most people with a criminal record CAN VOTE! Know the law!

Can you vote? Find out at Voting with Conviction!