Yes, but you will need to take action to “cure” your signature so your ballot can be counted. If your signature is initially rejected or found to be missing, our office will send you a letter within 2-3 days of the issue being discovered. We will also send you an email, if we have one on file, and if you’ve signed up for Ballot Track, that system will notify you as well.
The letter you receive will contain instructions for “curing” your signature. This includes completing and signing the enclosed paper form and returning it (via email, mail, or in-person) to our office along with a copy/picture of your valid photo ID. The State of Colorado also offers “Text to Cure” or “TXT2Cure” – that allows you to complete the curing process on your smartphone (look for instructions in the rejection notice).
Voters with signature discrepancies/missing signatures have up to 8 days after the election to “cure” their signature so their ballot can be counted. If you receive notification from our office that your signature is missing or initially rejected, it is very important that you take the action requested in a timely manner. Your vote matters to every race on the ballot, and you will not receive credit for voting if you do not cure your signature.