Voting looks different this year. Check out the resources on this page for information on registering to vote, where and when to cast your ballot, which candidates are running for office in 2020, and more.
Be Information Savvy
Seek information from reputable sources, such as the Colorado, Larimer County, and Town of Estes Park election offices, the League of Women Voters, and your local Library. Pause to question information on social media, especially if it is incendiary.
- Register to vote online
- View your sample ballot
- Review your voter record to make sure your information is up to date
- Change your name
- Change party affiliation
- Military & overseas voters
- Link to the Colorado Blue Book with ballot-issue pros and cons
At BallotTrax, you can track your ballot from sent to accepted.
At VoteLarimer.org, you can:
- View Voting Locations, dates, and hours
- Get Elected Officials‘ contact information
- District/Precinct Finder
- Interactive Precinct Map
At the Town Clerk of Estes Park elections, you can:
- View Municipal Election results
- View Special Municipal Election results
- Map of Estes Park’s Town boundaries
Book-a-Librarian: All About Voting
Sign up for a video or phone call with a trained Library volunteer. Register to vote, update your address, learn about the issues, and find out how to submit your ballot on time. Provided in partnership with the League of Women Voters of Estes Park, a non-partisan organization. Find an All About Voting Book-a-Librarian appointment.
Review your voter record to make sure your information is up to date.
Larimer County begins mailing ballots.
Monday, October 26
Deadline to register to vote or update your registration and still receive a ballot in the mail.
Monday, October 26
Recommended deadline to mail your ballot with two first class stamps to ensure it’s received by November 3.
Tuesday, November 3 – Election Day
In Colorado, you can register to vote and vote in person up to 7:00 PM on Election Day.
How to Submit Your Ballot in Estes ParkRemember to sign your ballot
Your signature is required on the ballot envelope
You can drop your ballot off at a ballot box
Ballot boxes are open 24 hours a day between October 9 – November 3. Ballots will be accepted until 7:00 PM on Election Day, November 3.
- Estes Park Town Hall 170 MacGregor Ave. Estes Park, CO
- 1601 Brodie Ave. Estes Park, CO behind the Larimer County Vehicle Licensing Office
or Mail your ballot
Use two first class stamps. Recommended deadline is October 26 to ensure it’s received by November 3.
Voter Service and Polling Center
Estes Valley Community Center 660 Community Dr. Estes Park, CO Lower Level
Monday thru Friday, October 19 – October 30 (8:00 AM – 5:00 PM)
Saturday, October 31 (8:00 AM – 5:00 PM)
Monday, November 2 (8:00 AM – 5:00 PM)
Tuesday, Election Day, November 3 (7:00 AM – 7:00 PM)
Drop off your completed ballot, obtain a replacement ballot, change your address, or register to vote. Bring ID.
Research Candidates and Issues
At Ballotpedia.org, click What’s on your ballot? for a complete list of ballot issues and offices, specific to your address. Click each issue or candidate for a quick summary, followed by detailed information.
At vote411.org, enter your address for personalized voting information. See what’s on your ballot, check your voter registration, find your polling place, find upcoming debates in your area.
Go to the League of Women Voters of Larimer County to view Larimer County candidate forums and submit your questions for the candidates.