The 2018 midterm elections will occur on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Do you have the information you need to make informed decisions?
USA.gov provides an excellent overview on how to vote in person on election day, including voter ID requirements, accessibility laws, polling locations and sample ballots.
Another resource for general information on voting in U.S. elections is Ballotpedia, where you can look up your sample ballot and find election coverage information by office (Senate, House, Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General and more).
For Colorado residents, Go Vote Colorado from the Colorado Secretary of State lets you check your registration status and find your polling location or where to drop off your ballot. Remember, it’s now too late to mail your ballot!
For in-depth information on Colorado ballot initiatives, review the 2018 Blue Book and Fiscal Impact Statements published by the Legislative Council Staff. Additionally, information about judges standing for retention can be found in the Judicial Performance Evaluations from the State Commission on Judicial Performance.
Do you want more information on key races including Governor, Attorney General and the 6th Congressional District? Check out the Colorado Sun’s Colorado Voter Guide 2018 for a roundup of news and analysis.
Voting makes your voice heard in the issues that matter to you. Use these resources to make an informed decision.