The Westminster City Council is launching the Westminster Votes initiative in May 2016 to help promote civic engagement through voter registration and participation in the City of Westminster. All residents in our city will receive a letter in May from your City Council that introduces Westminster Votes and encourages you to take these three steps to be an engaged voter:
#1 Register to vote.
Already Registered? Not sure? Jump to #2, and check your status!
Not Registered? Registering to vote is easy! To register to vote, you must meet Colorado’s age, residency and citizenship requirements. You can register to vote and learn about registration requirements online at www.govotecolorado.com (have a valid Colorado Driver’s License or Colorado ID card ready). You can also download and print a paper voter registration form to submit by mail.
If you prefer, you may pick up a Colorado voter registration form at Westminster City Hall, either at the front desk or the City Clerk’s Office. 4800 W. 92nd Ave., Westminster, CO 80031, Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., 303-658-2400.
#2 Check your status.
Visit www.govotecolorado.com to check your registration and verify your current address. If you’ve recently moved, update your registration with your new address to ensure that you receive all future mail ballots for which you are eligible. You can also contact your County Clerk’s office. For Jefferson County Elections call 303-271-8111. For Adams County Elections call 720-523-6500.
#3 Commit to vote!
Thank you for taking these three easy steps and for being an engaged member of our community.
Westminster Votes has easy-to-share graphics for social media to help promote civic engagement through voter registration and participation. Be sure to check us out on Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #westyvotes.
Visit the City of Westminster’s elections webpage for more information about recent election results, voter registration and other helpful resources and links for engaged voters.
Westminster City Clerk
The City Clerk coordinates and conducts general and special elections; accepts and verifies candidate initiative and referendum petitions; provides information to prospective City Council members; and serves as chairperson to the Election Commission. Please contact the City Clerk at 303-658-2161 or visit the City Clerk’s webpage for more information.