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Register to Vote
You will need to register to vote if you have never registered before or if you have moved. You can download a Voter Registration Form here. You will need identification.

Voter Eligibility
In order to vote in the State of Colorado:

  • You must be 18 years of age or older at the time of elections
  • You must be a Colorado resident for at least 30 days
  • You must not currently be serving a sentence or under parole for a felony

When Registering In Person (Number Only)

  • Colorado Driver’s License #; or
  • Department of Revenue #; or
  • Last 4 Digits of Social Security #.

ID Needed When Registering By Mail (Copy)

  • Colorado Driver’s License; or
  • Dept of Revenue ID Card; or
  • US Passport; or
  • Government Employee ID with Photo; or
  • Pilots License by FAA or other authorized agency; or
  • Military ID with Photo; or
  • Medicare / Medicaid Card; or
  • Certified Copy US Birth Certificate; or
  • Certified Copy Naturalization Documents

Or You Can Provide (Number Only)

  • Colorado Driver’s License #; or
  • Department of Revenue #; or
  • Last 4 Digits of Social Security #.

Request Absentee Ballot
If your busy schedule, age, infirmity, or disability makes it difficult for you to get to physical polling places you may want to consider voting in the convenience of your own home. You can request an Absentee Ballot here.

Finding Your Polling (Voting) Place
Your voting place will be determined by your residential address (or your precinct number, if you know it). You should check with your county clerk and recorder’s office in order to determine where you vote.

ID Needed to Vote in Person
When you show up at the poll you will need one of the following forms of identification with you:

  • Colorado Driver’s License; or
  • Dept of Revenue ID Card; or
  • US Passport; or
  • Government Employee ID with Photo; or
  • Pilots License by FAA or other authorized agency; or
  • Military ID with Photo; or
  • Medicare / Medicaid Card; or
  • Certified Copy US Birth Certificate; or
  • Certified Copy Naturalization Documents

ID Needed to Vote By Mail
You will need to provide a copy of one of the following forms of identification if you are voting by mail:

  • Colorado Driver’s License; or
  • Dept of Revenue ID Card; or
  • US Passport; or
  • Government Employee ID with Photo; or
  • Pilots License by FAA or other authorized agency; or
  • Military ID with Photo; or
  • Medicare / Medicaid Card; or
  • Certified Copy US Birth Certificate; or
  • Certified Copy Naturalization Documents

You Can Vote In Honor of a Veteran
If there is a special veteran in your life that you wish to honor through your civic act of voting you may do so by clicking here.

For more information, contact:
City of Aurora, City Clerk’s Office
15151 E. Alameda Pkwy, #1400
Aurora, CO
M – F  8:00 – 4:30 PM.

Arapahoe County Clerk & Recorder
Main Office
5334 South Prince Street
Littleton, CO 80120
office 303-795-4511
fax 303-794-4625
clerk@co.arapahoe.co.us
Monday – Friday
7:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

 

 

 

Arapahoe County Voter information:

http://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/vote/VoterHome.html

http://www.arapahoevotes.com/voter-information/register-to-vote/

http://www.arapahoevotes.com/november-6-2012-general-election/2012-voter-service-centers/

Aurora Voting Service Center
490 S.Chambers Rd.
Aurora, CO  80017

 

House District 42 is bordered by: E.Colfax Avenue (North); Mississippi Avenue (South); Yosemite (West); Chambers Road (East)

Dial 2-1-1
This service provides a direct link to non-emergency help for people seeking health and human services. It is both a database of nonprofits and a referral system to services like transportation, food banks, healthcare clinics and shelters. Calls are free and confidential.

Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+)

The Child Health Plan Plus provides health insurance coverage for low-income children (18 years of age and younger) and pregnant women (19 years of age and older) to Colorado residents.
The Colorado Foreclosure Hotline connects homeowners in some state of delinquency or foreclosure with local housing counseling agencies for free assistance.
The Colorado Child Care Assistance Program provides financial assistance to low-income families that are working, searching for employment or are in training, and families that are enrolled in the Colorado Works Program and need child care services to support their efforts toward self-sufficiency. The CCCAP is administered through county departments of social services.
Meals on Wheels is a national, nonprofit organization providing training and grants to programs that provide food to older people, and those who are frail, disabled, at-risk, or homebound. They have a website search feature to look for services in your area.
A clearinghouse of information on state services sorted by agency, by need, or even by county. Services include Medicaid and Medicare, food and childcare assistance, welfare, alcohol and drug abuse, foster care, housing, and many others.
A wealth of information on how to file a claim, eligibility requirements, the appeal process and more.
LEAP helps low income individuals and families pay their utility bills.
Self-help legal information for civil matters, where to find no or low-cost legal help, court information, and more. There are other offices statewide.
The Colorado State Food Stamps Program assists low-income individuals and families by helping them purchase food. Applicants should contact their county department of human services.
Colorado Workforce is a job placement web site built specifically to place people with employers throughout the state of Colorado. Colorado Workforce offers job listings, computer and internet access, career counseling and training, and more. There are workforce centers all across the state.

Department of Regulatory Agencies 

This site provides a guide for Colorado consumers on how to choose insurance that is right for you.

 

For more information and resources, please go to the Governor’s Citizen’s Guide to Colorado State Government Agencies.