Senate District 24
Senate District 24 encompasses most of the North Metro area in Adams County – including Westminster, Northglenn, and Thornton – and is home to almost 150,000 people. Healthcare, retail, and manufacturing are the most common industries and the Brighton 27J, Mapleton 1, Adams 12, and Westminster school districts educate our children. There are more than 100 major parks in SD 24, where families can play, hike, and spend time together.
How to find out what district you're registered to vote in:
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How to vote
Did you know that Colorado makes it easier than ever to make your voice heard? Your ballot will arrive right to your mailbox (make sure your address is updated here), from there you have nearly two weeks to decide who you are going to vote for and turn your ballot in. Turning your ballot in and casting your vote is as easy as:
Mail it in – put two stamps on the envelope and put it back on your mailbox for the mail carrier to pick up
Drop it off – check out the orange and blue pins on the map and see which 24 drop off box is most convenient for your commute to work or school
Vote in person – check out the blue pins on the map and see where you can keep tradition alive and vote in person (don’t forget to take the ballot you got in the mail with you though)
Pick a day for your household to fill out your ballots and turn them in, that way you're making sure that you don’t miss the deadline and, bonus!, you can vote early so all of those phone calls, knocks on the door, and mailers stop (WHO you vote for is secret, but IF you vote or not is public). If you want to make a plan, here are a few important dates to put in your calendar:
October 15 – Ballots are mailed out to voters, you should get your ballot in your mailbox at some point this week (track your ballot here)
October 15 – 24 hour ballot drop off boxes open. Look at the orange and blue pins on the map and those are places where you can drop your ballot off.
October 22 – Voting in person begins at early voting centers, look for the blue pins on the map and those are places where you can take your ballot and vote in person (learn more about this here).
October 29 – Last day to register to vote and still receive a ballot in the mail (register online, here).
October 29 – Last day that we would advise you to mail your ballot in, after this you should drop it off if you want to make sure it gets counted. Look at the orange pins on the map and those are places where you can drop your ballot off.
November 6 – Election Day! Today is the final day to cast your ballot and make your voice heard. Did you know that as long as you are in line to vote by 7PM, you can still vote? Look for the white pins on the map and those are the locations open 7AM to 7PM on November 5-6.