Frequently Asked Questions

Who can register to vote in Pueblo County?

To register you must:

  • Be a U.S. citizen
  • Be 18 years old on or before the date of the general, primary or other election in which you want to vote.
  • Reside in Pueblo County and at your present address at least 30 days before an election.

Where can I register to vote?

You can register to vote at any of the following locations:

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  • Election Office
    720 N Main St. Suite 200
    Pueblo CO 81003 
  • (719) 583-6620
  • Pueblo City Hall
    1 City Hall Place, City Clerk’s Office
    Pueblo, CO 81003

    (719) 584-0840

  • Boone Town Hall
    100 Baker
    Boone, CO 81025

    (719) 947-3311

  • Colorado City and Rye
    Contact Barbara Simonton, Rye Town Clerk

    (719) 676-2086

  • Mail Registration

    Any eligible voter may register by mail registration by obtaining a State of Colorado-Voter Registration Application Combination Form developed by the Secretary of State, from the County Clerk’s Office.

  • Mail to:
Pueblo County Election Department
PO Box 480
Pueblo, CO 81002-0480


  • When applying for a driver’s license, You may register to vote at the following:

    Colorado Department of Revenue
    827 West 4th Street
    Pueblo CO 81004

    (719) 543-5164

  • Federal Post Card Application (Military)

    All eligible electors of Colorado serving in the U.S. Service, their spouses and dependents may register by Federal Post Card.

How do I obtain a mail-in ballot?

Any eligible voter may apply for a mail-in ballot in writing using the State of Colorado Mail-in Ballot Combination Application form.

Please note that the above form is not interactive. To receive a Mail-in Ballot via an internet request, you must view and print out the above form, fill it out, sign it, and either return the form in person or by mail (see below).

Mailing Address:

P O Box 480
Pueblo, CO 81002

Physical Address:

720 N Main St Suite 200
 Pueblo, CO 81003

**NOTE: State Law requires that you sign the form and either FAX it to 719-583-6724 or return it to the Election Department either in person or by mail before a mail-in ballot can be issued or mailed.**

Where and when can I return my voted mail-in ballot?

The mail-in voter’s ballot must be returned to the Pueblo County Election Department no later than 7:00pm the day of the Election.

Do I need to affiliate with a party for a Primary Election?

To vote in a primary election you must be registered as a party member. If unaffiliated, you may declare your party affiliation.

How long are the polls open on Election Day?

The polls will be open from 7am to 7pm on Election Day.
Early voting hours are 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.