If you are already registered to vote, the Elections Department will automatically send a mail ballot to all active, eligible voters for all elections conducted by the County.
Email, mail, or fax your signed request to:
Larimer County Elections
PO Box 1547
Fort Collins CO 80522-1547
(970) 498-7845 (fax)
You may return your voted ballot by mail (postage is 66 cents), or you may hand deliver your ballot to a Voter Service and Polling Center or designated drop-off location.
Ballots must be RECEIVED at the Larimer County Elections office or a designated Drop-off/Voter Service and Polling Center by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day in order for your vote(s) to be counted. Ballots received after 7:00 p.m. on Election Day will not be counted. Postmarks do not count as a received date.
You may vote by mail, at the Elections Office, at any Voter Service and Polling Centers or drop off your mail ballot at any of the Drop-off locations.
City elections are the first Tuesday after the first Monday in April each year.
(H.R.C. Article VIII, Section 2)
Special district elections are the Tuesday after the first Monday in May in even-number years.
Primary elections are the last Tuesday in June of each even-numbered year.
General elections are the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November in even-numbered years.
Coordinated elections are the first Tuesday in November in odd-numbered years. C.R.S. 1-41-102(1)
You may request a replacement ballot by calling (970) 498-7820 during regular business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or on Election Day from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. You may also retrieve a replacement ballot in person at any of our Voter Service and Polling Centers. See "Where Do I Vote".
Voters may receive up to two replacement ballots.
In order to be eligible to vote, you must be eighteen years of age or older on or before Election Day and a United States citizen.
You must also register to vote in the county in which you reside. You must be a resident of Colorado for at least 22 days before an election to be eligible to vote in that election.
Yes. All mail ballots received by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day are counted in every election in Colorado regardless of the outcome or closeness of any race.
If you are a qualified voter in Larimer County, your provisional ballot will count. A qualified elector must: