2023 Denver Municipal Runoff Election
So, there’s a runoff election in Denver.
Election Day for the runoff is on Tuesday, June 6. That means you need to be in line to vote at a drop box or Voter Service Center by 7 p.m. on June 6.
Dates to know:
- Mon. May 15: Ballots begin to be mailed out to voters. To receive a ballot in the mail, make sure your voter registration is up to date at RegisterInColorado.org by Tue. May 30.
- Mon. May 22: In person voting begins; Wellington Webb Municipal Building Voter Service Center opens.
- Tue. May 30: All other Voter Service Centers open across the city. Find one nearest you.
Remember: it is never too late to register to vote or update your registration in Colorado. Take care of it online by Tue. May 30 to receive a ballot in the mail, or take care of it in person at a Voter Service Center, starting on Mon. May 22, through 7 p.m. on Election Day.
ICYMI: New Era Colorado Action Fund and our friends at COLOR, Cobalt, and ONE Colorado hosted “In the Hot Seat: A Hot Ones Mayoral Forum” to see where the runoff candidates stand on our issues, from affordable housing to abortion care. Check out Kelly Brough and Mike Johnston‘s answers to our *spicy* questions here. You can also watch the full forum livestream or listen to City Cast Denver’s audio recording of the event.
We know you probably have some questions. We got you.
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