When it comes to policy, the Chamber has you covered and that includes all the information you need to make sure your vote counts in this election. We’ve compiled resources that will help you make informed choices, complete your ballot, turn it in on time – if not early, and encourage others to vote.
Make an Informed Vote
Denver Metro Chamber 2020 Ballot Guide – Key issues concerning the business community and the Chamber’s position on each.
Business Altitude – Our latest magazine issue focused on this year’s election.
Colorado Blue Book – Text, title and a fair and impartial analysis of each initiated or referred constitutional amendment, law or question on the ballot.
U.S. Senate Forum – A recording of the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation’s virtual event held Oct. 15, where both U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner and former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper shared their perspectives on COVID-19, economic recovery and more.
RTD Candidate Forums – A series of recordings of virtual forums, hosted by the Chamber, the Metro Mayors Caucus and the RTD Citizens Advisory Committee, featuring the candidates for the RTD Board of Directors. See a district map to learn what candidate is seeking your vote.
Key Deadlines for Voting
Oct. 26 – Deadline to register or update your registration and still receive a mail ballot.
Oct. 26 – Last day to return your ballot by mail.
Nov. 3 – Last day to register to vote and vote in person. Polls close at 7 p.m.
Online Resources for Voting
Register to vote.
Check your registration.
Find a ballot drop-off location.
Track your ballot.
Visit the Secretary of State Voting Website – govotecolorado.gov
Contact your county clerk.
Get Out the Vote
View a recording of our webinar on how to encourage your employees and customers to vote.
View the Leadership Foundation’s Virtual Voices on voting with Hon. Paul D. López, clerk and recorder for the City and County of Denver, and Amber McReynolds, CEO of the National Vote at Home Institute and Coalition.
Happy Election Season!