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.
We know you probably have some questions. We got you.
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