2023 Municipal General Election

Get important information on how to vote, where to vote and more. 

Ballots begin mailing: March 13
Last day to vote: April 4

The 2023 Municipal General Election ballot consists of races for various local offices, including Mayor, City Council, Clerk and Recorder, and Auditor. Voters will also decide on local ballot measures. 

How to Vote

Step 1.Check your registration 

Are you registered to vote? Is your name, address and political affiliation current? Double-check your registration at GoVoteColorado.gov.
Coloradans who meet the 22-day state residency requirement may register to vote up to and including Election Day.

Step 2.Track your ballot

Sign up for BallotTrax to receive email or text notifications about your ballot, including when it’s on its way to you and when it has been received and accepted for counting.

Step 3.Research your ballot

Make informed decisions as a voter. Research your choices with a sample ballot (coming soon).

Step 4.Make a plan to vote

You have options:

At home 

If your registration is current, you'll automatically receive a ballot in the mail up to 22 days before the last day to vote (Election Day). Send your ballot back by mail or return it to one of our 24-hour ballot drop-off boxes located throughout the city. If you need a new ballot, use our curbside ballot pick-up service or visit a vote center for a replacement. Accessible ballots will be available upon request.

Ballots must be received by the Denver Elections Division by 7 p.m. on Election Day, April 4, 2023. If you choose to return your ballot by mail, send it back no later than March 27.

In person

Vote centers are located throughout Denver for those who wish to cast their ballot in person. Make a plan to vote early to avoid a wait. Voters must be in line to vote by 7 p.m. on Election Day, April 4, 2023. 

Where to Vote

The Denver Elections Division operates 43 ballot drop-off boxes throughout the city, available 24 hours, seven days a week during the election. In addition to drop boxes, voters can choose to vote in person or return their ballots at a number of vote centers and drive-throughs. Denver also deploys a mobile voting unit during elections to increase voter access.

Voting locations coming soon 

 

We want your opinion! Prior to each election, you have the opportunity to provide input on proposed voting locations. Sign up to receive notifications for public comment opportunities.