2023 Municipal General Election
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.
- Ballots begin mailing: March 13
- Last day to vote: April 4
Participation in local elections matters. Register to vote or update your registration information to receive your ballot in the mail. Don't forget to sign up for BallotTrax to receive in-time notification on the status of your ballot for all Denver County Elections.
About Your Vote and Denver Decides
Learn How To Vote
Are you confused about any aspect of how to vote? We've got you covered. In this video, Denver Decides and Denver Votes come together to help you understand how to vote, how to update your voter information, check your registration, where you can drop off your ballots, how to navigate the mail ballot delivery system, meet your candidates, see them debate one another, and get to know the ballot issues, because every election is important and every vote counts.
Voting Frequently Asked Questions
American Sign Language: How To Vote
American Sign Language: How To Register To Vote
Protecting Your Vote
Worried about security in the elections process? Fear not. Colorado's award-winning election systems are ranked among the nation’s safest. This video details how Denver Elections Division is making your votes safer, faster, and more secure in through risk-limiting audits.
Learn More About Election Security
Frequently Asked Questions
A Community Partnership for Accessible, Transparent Elections, Denver Decides is a coalition of community civic organizations in Denver comprised of Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation and League of Women Voters in cooperation with various neighborhood and civic organizations.
For specific voting and ballot information, please visit the Denver Elections Division
For information about the Denver Decides events, program series or community partnership please contact:
Open Records Requests
CORA — Citywide Colorado Open Records Fee Policy
In order to pay for the cost of staff, custodians of public records within the City and County of Denver may charge for research and retrieval time necessary to respond to requests for records under the Colorado Open Records Act (“CORA”). Pursuant to C.R.S. §24-72-205(6), effective July 1, 2014, staff time may be charged at a rate not to exceed $30.00 per hour. There shall be no charge for the first hour of time for research and retrieval of records.