Elections are upcoming on Tuesday, November. 5. In Boulder, there are a total of six seats up for election on city council, and a majority of seats will be going to new members. The city council will handle critical issues in our community — such as housing insecurity and affordability, access to human services, and more — along with several local and statewide ballot issues.
Now is your chance to have an impact in your community!
REGISTER TO VOTE
You can register up to and on Election Day. Register to vote online or in person at the Boulder County Clerk and Recorder’s Office, located at 1750 33rd St., open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
If your address has changed since the past election, update your records online here. (Spanish-language registration information available as well.)
Learn about the candidates and ballot issues:
- Daily Camera voter guide
- VoteBoulder.co (en español)
- League of Women Voters
- Compilation of local resources (by a private citizen, a local data scientist; en español)
Your ballots should arrive in the mail shortly. View the ballot here.
Find a Spanish-language ballot here.