Register to Vote
Choose one of the following links to get to the Colorado Voter Registration Application:
Answer the questions, print the form and return by email, fax, mail or in person to the Clerk’s Office.
To qualify to vote, you must:
- Be a citizen of the United States and;
- Be 18 years old by Election Day and;
- Be a resident of Eagle County at least 22 days prior to an election and;
- Consider Eagle County your sole legal place of residence for voting purposes, motor vehicle registration, and income tax purposes and;
- Not claim the right to vote in any other state
Request a Mail-in Ballot
- Complete the Application for Mail-in Ballot (Solicitud de boleta por correo de Colorado) to receive ballots by mail at an alternate address
- An address provided for mailing an absentee ballot will not change the mailing address on your voter record.
- Return the application to the Eagle County Clerk and Recorder by mail, by fax, or deliver to one of our offices in Eagle, Avon or El Jebel.
- Ballots cannot be forwarded according to Colorado State Statute. Provide an address that will reach you at the time the ballots are available.
- All mail-in ballots received by 7 p.m. on Election Day are counted.
Make Changes to Your Voter RegistrationTo change any of the information on your voter record, the Voter Registration Form is used. Select one of the following links for the Colorado Voter Registration Application:
Answer the questions, print the form and return by email, fax, mail or in person to the Clerk’s Office, or make changes to your voter registration online with a Colorado Driver's License or Colorado ID issued by Colorado Department of Revenue.
Uniformed Citizens and Citizens Living Overseas
The Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) was passed to ensure that all eligible citizens participate in all elections for Federal offices in their state of legal residence. Many of these citizens are also eligible to vote in state and local elections.