Check out the resources on this page for information on upcoming elections, registering to vote, where and when to cast your ballot, and more.
The next election will be the Coordinated Election on Tuesday, November 7, 2023.
- Ballots will be mailed the week of October 16. See below for other important dates.
- Register to vote, review or change your voter registration, check your ballot status and district information, and view a sample ballot for this election at Go Vote Colorado / Vaya Votar Colorado.
- See where to drop off your ballot, and find locations and hours for Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC) locations at the Larimer County Clerk’s Elections page. See below for Estes Park locations.
Items on the ballot include:
- Two seats on the Estes Park School District R-3 Board
- Two statewide ballot questions
- October 16-20: Ballots mailed to voters
- October 16 – November 7: Ballot drop box locations open
- October 30 – November 7: Voter Service and Polling Center locations open. Dates vary by location.
- October 30: Last day to submit an application to register to vote via mail ballot. Starting October 31, applicants must visit a Voter Service and Polling Center (see below) to receive a ballot.
- November 7: Election Day. Polls will be open from 7 AM to 7 PM.
Where/how to return your ballot:
- 24-hour drop box locations (ballots accepted from October 16 until 7 PM on Election Day)
- Voter Service and Polling Center locations (open November 6-7)
- Estes Valley Community Center, 660 Community Dr (see below for hours)
- See the Voting and Drop-Off Locations page on the Larimer County Clerk’s Elections site for the full list of drop box and Voter Service and Polling Center locations in Larimer County. You can return your ballot at any of these locations.
- Return your voted ballot by mail. Your ballot must be received by the county clerk by 7 PM on Election Day in order to be counted. (Military and overseas voters are the exception; more information here.)
Where to vote in person and/or access voter services:
- Estes Valley Community Center, 660 Community Dr
- Voters may:
- Drop off their voted ballot
- Vote in person
- Vote on an ADA accessible voting machine
- Obtain a replacement ballot
- Change their address
- Register to vote
- Days and times of operation:
- Monday, November 6, 8 AM to 5 PM
- Tuesday, Election Day, November 7, 7 AM to 7 PM
- Voters may:
- See the Voting and Drop-Off Locations page on the Larimer County Clerk’s Elections site for the full list of Voter Service and Polling Center locations and hours. You can vote and/or access services at any of these locations.
Who can I contact with questions?
If you have a voting or election question that the resources here do not address, or you would rather interact with a human, you can contact Larimer County Elections. (Contact information and hours are listed at the bottom of the page.)
- Register to vote (online or via a paper form)
- Review your voter registration to make sure your information is up-to-date. You can also:
- Check your ballot status
- Check your county and district information
- Change your address/email/phone
- Change your party affiliation
- Change your name and other information via paper form
- Check acceptable forms of ID
- Access information and services for military and overseas voters
- View your sample ballot (for statewide elections)
- View the Colorado Blue Book (for statewide ballot measures)
At BallotTrax, you can track the status of your mail ballot, from mailed to counted.
At the Larimer County Clerk’s Elections page, you can:
- View voting and drop-off locations, dates, and hours (including Voter Service and Polling Centers)
- Get elected officials’ term and contact information
- Understand the mail ballot process
At the Town Clerk of Estes Park Elections page, you can:
- View Municipal Election information and results
- View a map of Estes Park’s Town boundaries
Check out our partner, The League of Women Voters of Estes Park, for information on election-related events and resources.
Here are some resources for researching candidates and issues:
- The Ballot Information Booklet (Blue Book) from the Colorado General Assembly Legislative Council
- At Ballotopedia, use the Sample Ballot Lookup tool to get a complete list of elections, offices, candidates, and ballot issues, specific to your address. Click on a given candidate or issue to see more information.
- At Vote411, enter your address for personalized voting information. See what’s on your ballot, check your voter registration, find your polling place, learn where candidates stand on the most important issues in your community, and discover upcoming debates in your area.
- Go to the League of Women Voters of Larimer County site to get information about Larimer County candidate forums and submitting your questions for the candidates.
- Go to the League of Women Voters of Estes Park site to get information about local candidate forums and submitting your questions for the candidates.
Watch a March 2021 presentation on election security given by Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold and Larimer County Clerk and Recorder Angela Myers.