Stage 1 fire restrictions, enacted for unincorporated areas of western Boulder County.

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October 14, 2019

Action requested – Sign up to track your mail ballot

Ballot Track Process

Ballots go out in the mail today. Sign up for Ballot Track now.

At Boulder County Elections, we are always working to improve the transparency and accountability of our election processes. As such, we offer a free Ballot Track service that provides notifications to voters about the status of their mail ballot through its life-cycle.

If you have not done so already, please sign up for Ballot Track to receive notifications by text, email, or phone message when your mail ballot has been printed, mailed, and received back by the Boulder County Elections Division.

This information is real-time and if there is ever an issue with your ballot we will be able to quickly contact you, so you can take action to ensure your vote counts. This service only tracks your envelope, not your actual ballot and your vote always remains anonymous

The sign up process is simple. Login and enter your contact information, select message method (email, text and/or voice messages) and note what time works best for messaging. (P.S. If you choose text, be sure to opt-in after you receive the first text).

If you are not sure you have signed up, simply enter your information and check if you have entered an email address, phone number, etc.

Thanks for being a voter!


Why Use Ballot Track?

All active registered voters in Colorado now receive a ballot in the mail for every election they are eligible to vote in. You can return your ballot by mail or deliver it to one of our convenient ballot drop-off locations in Boulder County. No matter how you return your ballot, Ballot Track will let you know when it has been mailed to you and safely received for counting! To learn more about Ballot Track, see our Frequently Asked Questions.