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You must be a citizen of the United States, and consider San Miguel County to be your Sole Legal Place of Residence. For more info on eligibility visit Go Vote Colorado.
You may register to vote, make changes in your name or address, or provide any additional information at any of the Clerk and Recorder offices, at any town / city hall or driver's license office in the State of Colorado, or online.
You may register to vote in person up until election day. For other methods, please see the voter registration FAQs on Go Vote Colorado's website.
Beginning with the 2018 Primary Election, unaffiliated voters may vote in the primaries but they must select either a Democratic or a Republican ballot. Voters may do so by visiting Go Vote Colorado.
You may check your registration status at Go Vote Colorado's website or call the San Miguel County Clerk and Recorder's Office at 970-728-3954.
View forms and instructions for the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act.
There is no fee to register to vote. Should you wish to purchase certified documents reflecting voter registration, those may be purchased for $1.25 each.
Yes, you must present an ID when you come in to vote. The address on the ID must be from the state of Colorado. Learn more about accepted forms of identification on our Elections page.