Boulder Elevated

Voter Resources

Connecting boulder voters with the voting resources they need

Election day: Tuesday November 7, 2023

voting in boulder

Every voter in Colorado will receive a ballot in the mail. If you do not receive a ballot, a replacement can be requested here. Every voter can sign up for Ballot Trax and track their ballot from acceptance to counting.

Eligible voters can register to vote and vote up until 7pm on Election Day. If you have moved, you can update your voter registration online here. 

CU students can register with just their student ID up until 7pm on Election Day. Registration and Polling is in UMC 245. All CU students can register and vote in Boulder. 

For the first time ever, the City of Boulder will conduct Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) to elect its Mayor. Ranked Choice Voting is a voting method that allows voters to rank their candidates in order of preference – 1st choice, 2nd choice, 3rd choice, and so on. Learn more about Boulder’s Ranked Choice Voting here.

Note: In Boulder, Ranked Choice Voting will only be used to elect the Mayor. City Council members will still be elected via traditional voting methods. 

See our 2023 Boulder specific endorsements. 

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