Steve Douglas has experience as an innovative and accessible leader. As mayor, he will continue to advocate for small businesses, creating tangible housing opportunities, and fighting for the health, safety, and welfare of our families and environment.
Jennifer Allen-Thomas is the current city council member for Ward 2 and is running for re-election. A nurse and community advocate, Jennifer Allen-Thomas will continue to fight for quality education, affordable housing, and a full support system for every resident of Commerce City.
Renée M. Chacon is a transformative leader who has advocated for the health and safety of our communities and environment. Renée is currently on city council, along with leading in various other spaces and organizations, and will continue to stand up for equity, restorative justice, and community health and safety.
Susan Noble is the current council member for Ward 4 and is running for re-election. She is committed to ending Commerce City’s fiscal reliance on the fossil fuel industry, and fighting for clean water and air as well as transparency and accountability in government.
Register to vote or verify your voter registration
You can register to vote online or in person up to and including on Election Day by visiting www.govotecolorado.gov or visiting a Voter Service and Polling Center in your county.
Vote by mail or drop box
To vote by mail, put your ballot in the mailbox by Monday, October 30 to ensure it is received by 7pm on Election Day. After October 30th, please drop your ballot off at a dropbox or a Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC) near you. All ballots must be received by 7pm on Election Day: Tuesday, November 7th. To find a dropbox near you, visit www.govotecolorado.gov.
Find your polling place
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Vote in person
Starting Monday, October 30th, you can go in-person to any Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC) in your county to register to vote, use accessible voting equipment, update your voter information, drop off your ballot, or vote in person. You must be in line to vote by 7pm on Election Day: Tuesday, November 7th.