2018 Conservation Voter Guide

Your 2018 ballot is full of tough choices to make on candidates and initiatives, especially if you’re a conservation-minded Coloradan who prioritizes protecting our environment. 

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Our voter guide evaluates candidates for Governor and Attorney General on the most important conservation issues facing our state, using their press coverage, public statements, and voting history. It also reviews ballot measures that could impact our environment and way of life, providing a “yes” or “no” recommendation.

Conservation Colorado Victory Fund is a local, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that works to protect our environment and way of life.

COUNTING DOWN TO THE ELECTION

Mark Your Calendar and Make a Voting Plan!

MONDAY, OCTOBER 15th

Ballots are mailed to all Colorado voters.

You can mail back your ballot—postage required—or deposit it at a drop-box site or Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC) near you.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 22nd

In-person voting begins.

If you have not received your mail ballot by this date, you can go to any VSPC in your county to get a replacement ballot or vote in person.

Find your closest VSPC HERE

MONDAY, OCTOBER 29th

Last day to register to vote or update your mailing address in order to receive a ballot in the mail.

After this date, you must visit a VSPC to register to vote.

• Register to vote HERE

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30th

Recommended last day to return ballots via mail.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6th

Voters must be in line by 7 PM to vote, register to vote, or vote in person. Mailballots must be turned in to election officials by 7 PM.

Paid for by Conservation Colorado Victory Fund and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. Nikki Riedt, registered agent

Just Vote! Colorado Election Protection is a non-partisan voter assistance project and is not affiliated with or promoting any party, candidate, or ballot issue. Just Vote! Colorado is not affiliated with or responsible for the content of this piece.