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United States Constitution Day

Resources and information to support Adams State University's recognition of Constitution Day 2018

Colorado Voter Resources

Voters Information - Colorado Secretary of State

Colorado Counties Voter Information - from the Colorado Secretary of State.  The links here may take you to different levels of information county by county.  Once at the county site, search or look for Voter or Election keywords and indicators.

Alamosa County Elections Information

National Voter Resources

National Resources

United States Election Assistance Commission - Resources for Voters

Long Distance Voter

Rock the Vote

Vote 411

Voting Questions - am I registered. etc?

Frequently Asked Questions

Am I eligible to vote? 

You are eligible to vote if you are a United States citizen over the age of 18.

I'm not sure if I am registered to vote.    

You can verify your voter registration by linking to your state resources HERE . 

I’m not registered yet, how do I do that?

You can fill out an online form HERE.  

Is there a deadline to register to vote? 

All states have a different deadline, generally a certain number of days before an election. You can check your state’s requirements HERE.   

I am registered to vote somewhere else.  Can't I just vote where I am on Election Day?  

Your voter registration is tied to the address used when you register, and you are assigned a local polling place.  To find out where your polling place is, go HERE.   

I won’t be able to get to my polling place on Election Day, since I’ll be on campus.  Can I vote with an absentee ballot? 

Yes.  You may register to vote and apply for an absentee ballot HERE.  You will need to mail your registration form to your state's election officials. so please be aware of any and all deadlines.


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