Election season is here in Colorado. Are you registered to vote yet? Of course, we have a presidential election on the ballot this year, but there are many local politicians and laws on the ballot as well.

Make sure to read through your entire voting ballot and research everything you are voting for. I know you might roll your eyes, but it does make a huge difference when you go beyond the three-sentence summary of future laws in Colorado.

You can register to vote in Colorado right here.

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More Coloradans are going to be able to vote this year than in previous elections due to a new law created by Governor Jared Polis.

Voting Behind Bars Now Legalized in Colorado


While convicted felons are incarcerated they lose the right to vote. In no way, shape, or form can they vote while serving their sentence.

However, a new law put in place by Governor Polis states that some Colorado residents are allowed to vote while they are behind bars.

NBC announced that 16 prisons in Colorado will let prisoners vote if they are awaiting trial or serving time for a misdemeanor.

While Colorado bars those serving time for felony convictions from voting, it is legal for incarcerated people awaiting trial or serving time for misdemeanors to cast ballots in the state. - Jace C. Trimm

Voting Booths for Prisons in Colorado

Voting will take place in prisons across Colorado. Counties will pick employees to carry out the voting process such as handing out ballots, monitoring votes, and ensuring the voting process goes as smoothly as possible.

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Colorado is famous for being home to the Rocky Mountains but so many of its residents are just as unique as many 14ers that stand out across the landscape. The Centennial State is home to several larger-than-life personalities and celebrities, but it is also home to some of America's most popular singers. Check out a dozen famous singers who got started in Colorado.

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