You Deserve A Mayor That Will Put “You and Thornton First”
Ballots have been mailed to all active registered voters.
To register to vote or to check the status of your voter registration, visit: govotecolorado.com
To track the status of your ballot, visit: Adams County BallotTrax
If you are concerned because you have not yet received your ballot, you can contact the Adams County Clerk and Recorder’s Office Elections Division at 720.523.6500
Ways to Vote:
- Mail your ballot via USPS. Don’t forget to sign/date the affidavit on the envelope and affix $.50 in postage.
- Drop your ballot off at one of the 24-hour drop boxes throughout Thornton (see below).
- Vote in-person at a Voter Service and Polling Center (Beginning on 10/28/19).
NOTE: Your ballot must be received by the Adams County Clerk’s Office by 7pm on Tuesday 11/5/19. To be safe, do not attempt to mail your ballot after 10/31/19. Drop it off at one of the following locations: