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– Larimer Country Clerk and Recorder: Elections, Register to Vote

You can find your nearest ballot drop box or voting center at

Drop off your ballot to ensure it arrives on time, by 7 p.m. June 30.


BallotReady: Every Candidate and Referendum Explained

News Release: Secretary of State Jena Griswold Unveils (the most trusted source for information for Colorado voters)

AARP: Poll – Women 50 and Older Could Decide the 2020 Election

Know your voting rights

Voting Rights in Colorado

Colorado Secretary of State: Elections and Voting

“Older white voters are far more likely to turn out on Election Day than younger, minority voters,” a Times analysis found.

“In the 2018 midterm elections, 70 of eligible white seniors voted compared to one-third of Latinos under 45 who showed up at the polls.”

– from “The Divide in Yakima is the Divide in America: What the changing demographics of this country look like up close” by Dionne Searcey and Robert Gebeloff, The New York Times

[Stay tuned for Larimer County statistics; about the same as above, unfortunately.]


And a bit of levity (because what is life without laughter?):

An Exhaustive Ranking of “I Voted” Stickers from Around the Nation by R. Eric Thomas,

Photo by Element5 Digital at

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