Your Vote Is Your Voice - Use It! 

Colorado Makes Voting Easy.

Ballots are mailed to all registered voters. Register 10 days before the election to ensure you receive your ballot in time. 

You must be a Colorado resident for 30 days and be registered in your current county to vote. 


Unaffiliated voters receive Democratic and Republican ballots in primary elections; however, you can only vote for one or both will be voided.

A criminal record doesn't prevent you from registering and voting in Colorado unless you are currently in prison for a felony. 


You can vote in person on election day (at address below).

Other Ways To Register and/or Vote

By Mail

Colorado Department of State

Elections Division

1700 Broadway, Suite 200

Denver, CO 80290


Montezuma County Clerk

140 W. Main St. Suite #1

Cortez, CO 81321


Voter Registration Form

Register and Vote In Person

Montezuma County Clerk

140 W. Main St. Suite #1

Cortez, CO 81321


Department of Motor Vehicles

2210 E. Main St.

Cortez, CO. 81321


Must bring ONE of the following:

Colorado Driver's License

Department of Revenue number

Last Four Numbers of SS#

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Colorado Secretary of State

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Cortez, CO 81321

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