Military and Overseas Voters
- The Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) ensures all military and overseas electors are able to register and vote.
- You must be a resident of Colorado, 18 years old at the time of election, and a U.S. citizen. “Residence” means the elector’s last legal U.S. residence was in Colorado.
- A resident of Colorado who is living outside the U.S. temporarily or permanently
- A resident who was last eligible to vote in Colorado immediately before leaving the U.S.
- This includes U.S. citizens who have never resided in the U.S.
- A member of any active or reserve branch of the military on active duty and away from the U.S.
- A member of the Merchant Marine, Commissioned Corps of the Public Health Services, or National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration who is absent due to service.
- Colorado National Guard, who is a resident of Colorado, but absent due to active duty
- A spouse, civil union partner, or dependent of one of the described above, who is absent due to active duty or service
- If the applicant never resided in the U.S., he or she may register to vote in Colorado if the applicant’s parents or legal guardian was a legal resident of Colorado before leaving the U.S. . To register use their parent’s last Colorado residence address.