Detailed Information for Voters
Where to Register
You may register to vote or make changes to your voter registration by using the Voter Registration Application Form.
You May Also
You may return these forms in person, via mail, or you may email a scanned copy to Pueblo County Elections
In order to register to vote you must be:
- A citizen of the United States
- A resident of the State of Colorado for at least 22 days immediately prior to an election in which you intend to vote.
- You are at least 16 years old but must be 18 years old to be eligible to vote.
Before you register, please review the ID Requirements.
Democratic Headquarters 546-2745
Republican Headquarters 295-0600
Citizens living outside the U.S., including members of the military and spouses and dependents are eligible to register to vote in Pueblo, if Pueblo was your last domestic address. The Federal Government provides useful information for voters who are overseas. You may also download the overseas voters registration form. You must meet the usual voter registration deadlines.
For UOCAVA voters ONLY:
UOCAVA voters may use the online ballot delivery website for the 2014 Pueblo County Primary Election. This secure website will enable you to electronically log in to mark and print your ballot, as well as the voter affidavit which you must sign and then return with your ballot to Pueblo County. You may access your ballot beginning on May 9, 2014. The site will be available until 7:00 PM MST on Election Day, June 24, 2014.
Voted ballot packets may be returned by email, fax, or mail. All ballot packets must be received in the elections department on or before July 2, 2014 at 4:30 PM MST.
- Go to https://govotecolorado.everyonecounts.com
- Get started by inputting your information as instructed so your registration can be verified.
- Mark your ballot.
- Print your ballot packet materials.
- Complete your Affidavit and Cover Sheet.
- Follow the Ballot Packet Instructions on how to submit your ballot. You must return your ballot to Pueblo County for your vote to count.
Your ballot packet must be received in the Pueblo County Elections office by 4:30 PM MST July 2, 2014
Voter Registration for Homeless People
Voter Registration for People With Felony or Misdemeanor Convictions
People convicted of misdemeanors do not lose their right to vote. Those convicted of felonies regain their right to vote once incarceration and any parole have been completed.
Cancelling Voter Registrations: