DENVER, CO – Are you voting early or do you love the excitement of voting on election day? Can you still register to vote? Patch has compiled helpful links and info for the upcoming national mid-term election on Nov. 6.

On the ballot, candidates are vying for national and statewide offices in Colorado, as well as Colorado state legislature and county-wide offices. There are also statewide ballot initiatives, and ballot questions for local residents and judge retention questions.

If you’d like to see what your ballot looks like, you can enter your address here.

Ballots were mailed to all Democrat, Republican or unaffiliated voters by county clerk and recorders offices around Oct. 15.

Ballots must be received by Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. to be counted.

Here are the races in Denver:

State Senator – District 16

James Gilman (Libertarian)

State Senator – District 32 (Open)

State Senator – District 34 (Open)

State Representative – District 1

State Representative – District 2

Alec Garnett (Democrat) Incumbent (unopposed)

State Representative – District 4 (Open)

Robert ‘Dave’ John (Republican)

State Representative – District 5 (Open)

Alex Valdez (Democrat)

Rory Lamberton (Libertarian)

State Representative – District 6

Christopher Hansen (Democrat) Incumbent (unopposed)

State Representative – District 7

James Rashad Coleman (Democrat) Incumbent

Jay Frank Kucera (Republican)

State Representative – District 8

Leslie Herod (Democrat) Incumbent (unopposed)

State Representative – District 9 (Open)

Bob Lane (Republican)

Regional Transportation District Director – District B (Open)

Chris Martinez
Shontel Lewis

Regional Transportation District Director – District C (Open)

Angie Rivera-Malpiede
Julia Stewart
Eliot Tipton

Ballot issues for Denver:

REFERRED MEASURE 2A – A quarter-penny sales tax/use increase for parks in Denver.

REFERRED MEASURE 2B – Would change the number of valid signatures required to place an initiative or referendum on the ballot from a percentage of votes cast for Mayor in the last election to a percentage of active registered voters in Denver.

REFERRED MEASURE 2C – Would promote "greater flexibility" in the hiring of lateral recruits for classified service in the Denver Police Department.

REFERRED MEASURE 2D – Would give the County Clerk Recorder’s office at-will hiring powers for Deputy Clerk and Recorder and two other jobs. Would eliminate the requirement that the Director of Elections must be an at-will appointee of the Clerk and Recorder.

REFERRED MEASURE 2E – Would ban corporations and other entities from donating directly to candidates, lower contribution limits, and create a Fair Elections Fund to match donations of 50 dollars or less at a ratio of 9 to 1 to candidates who voluntarily agree to raise money in lower amounts and take contributions only from natural persons.

INITIATED ORDINANCE 300 – Would fund college scholarships for Denver students via a .08 percent sales tax increase up to $13.9 million annually.

INITIATED ORDINANCE 301 – Would raise money for youth mental health and suicide prevention programs for Denver children by raising sales tax by .25 percent of a penny up to $45 million annually.

INITIATED ORDINANCE 302 – Would fund a 13-member Denver Food Commission to provide "healthy food and food-based education" by raising sales tax by .08 percent up to $11.2 million annually.

BALLOT ISSUE 7G – Would pay for a regional 1-mill tax levy increase to pay for metro-Denver anti-flooding work.

Mail deadline approaching! Monday, October 29th is the last day to: Register to vote & receive a ballot in the mail Return your ballot in the mail Register online today & find ballot drop-box locations at https://t.co/2NY97hLXhq #DenverVotes pic.twitter.com/qeTief7m2Z— Denver Elections (@DenverElections) October 26, 2018

Not registered to vote? You can register up until election day at any Denver County Voter Service Center:

Ballots were mailed to all Democrat, Republican or unaffiliated voters by county clerk and recorders offices around Oct. 15. Ballots must be received by Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. to be counted.
See Denver’s up-to-the minute ballot tally here.

Below are the Ballot Drop-Off Locations in Denver County

24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Barnum Recreation Center
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Bear Valley Branch Library
Site open on – 6/21/2018
Mobile Voting Location
Bear Valley Library
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Blair-Caldwell Library
Site opens beginning – 6/25/2018
Voter Service and Polling Center
Blair-Caldwell Library
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Carla Madison Recreation Center
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Central Park Recreation Center
Voter Service and Polling Center
Christ Community Church
Site open on – 6/26/2018
Mobile Voting Location
Conservatory Green Park
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Cook Park Recreation Center
Site open on – 6/22/2018
Mobile Voting Location
Cook Park Recreation Center
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Denver Botanic Gardens
Voter Service and Polling Center
Denver Elections Division
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Denver Elections Division
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Denver Human Services
Site open on – 6/25/2018
Mobile Voting Location
Denver Museum of Nature & Science
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Denver Museum of Nature and Science
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Denver Police Department District 1
Voter Service and Polling Center
Denver Police Department District 3
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Denver Police Department District 3
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Eisenhower Recreation Center
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Green Valley Ranch Recreation Center
Voter Service and Polling Center
Harvey Park Recreation Center
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Harvey Park Recreation Center
Voter Service and Polling Center
Hiawatha Davis Jr Recreation Center
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Hiawatha Davis Jr Recreation Center
Voter Service and Polling Center
Highland Recreation Center
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Highland Recreation Center
Voter Service and Polling Center
Montbello Recreation Center
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Montbello Recreation Center
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Montclair Recreation Center
Site opens beginning – 6/23/2018
Voter Service and Polling Center
Montclair Recreation Center
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
RTD – I-25 and Broadway Station
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
RTD – Light Rail at Union Station
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
RTD – Southmoor Station
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Ross – Cherry Creek Branch Library
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Scheitler Recreation Center
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Southwest Recreation Center
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Washington Park Recreation Center
24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Box
Wellington Webb Municipal Building
Site opens beginning – 6/25/2018
Voter Service and Polling Center
Wellington Webb Municipal building

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