Ballots in Denver have dropped for the November 7, 2017 Coordinated Election.

This year, Denver voters will be voting on several referred and initiated ballot questions as well as for several seats on the Denver Board of Education. You can see a sample ballot here.

Important Information

Ballots must be RECEIVED by 7pm on November 7, 2017. There are three ways to get your ballot in:

  • By mail. Apply 70¢ postage to your return envelope. A ballot postmarked by 7pm on Election Day but not received will be rejected.
    It's too late to mail in your ballot. You must drop off your ballot to get it in on time.

  • 24-hour ballot drop-off box. All Boxes close November 7 at 7pm

  • Voter Service & Polling Center (VSPC)

Click here for locations, hours and services and here for a map.

You can track your ballot through the entire process using Ballot Trace. Visit to sign up to receive text or email notifications about your mail ballot or text "trace" to 303-653-9668.

For more information visit the  the Denver Elections Division website.

Ballot Questions

By action of the Democratic Party of Denver County Central Committee, the DPoD endorses Referred Questions 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F, 2G, and 2H. Please consider supporting these important Denver ballot questions.

2A Denver Transportation and Mobility System Bonds
2B Denver Cultural Facilities Bonds
2C Denver Health and Hospital Authority Bonds
2D Denver Public Safety System Bonds
2E Denver Library System Bonds
2F Denver Parks and Recreation Bonds
2G Denver Public Facilities System Bonds
2H Denver Dept. of Environmental Health Charter Amend


Denver Board of Education

The Education Study Group of the Public Policy Committee of the Democratic Party of Denver hosted the second of two interviews last night with candidates for the DPS school board.  All candidates were sent a questionnaire that they were asked to return, and were invited to meet with the Study Group on either of two dates (Aug 16 or Sept 20, 2017).  Those who completed the questionnaire are the following, with asterisks indicating those who appeared in person:

District 2
District 3
District 4
At Large
The Democratic Party of Denver does not endorse in non-partisan School Board elections. As a general comment, the Public Policy committee was favorably impressed with all of the candidates that appeared before them.Their answers to our questionnaire are attached for you to judge the candidates for yourselves.