South Metro Fire Rescue Ballot Question
(Ballot Question 7B)
Charter Amendments Ballot Questions
(Ballot Questions 3A, 3B, 3C, 3D, 3E)
Election Telephone Town Hall
Got questions about the upcoming November 6 election? On October 4, the city will host a Telephone Town Hall about ballot questions related to Littleton. The discussion will be divided into two segments: South Metro Fire Rescue inclusion (Question 7B) will be discussed from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., and Littleton City Charter Amendments (Questions 3A-E) will be covered from 7:30 to 8 p.m. To sign up to be automatically called for the event, and to watch the live video stream on October 4, visit LittletonTownHall.org.
Pro/Con Statements for City Charter Ballot Questions
Any registered Littleton elector may submit a pro/con statement for the five ballot questions regarding the city charter. Statements must be delivered to the Littleton City Clerk on or before Friday, September 21 at 5 p.m. Postmarks will not count.
All statements received by the deadline will be summarized and printed in the 2018 Littleton General Election Information Booklet which will provide the text, title, and a fair and impartial analysis of the five city charter questions on the ballot. The booklet will be mailed to each registered Littleton elector for the 2018 General Election.
For more information and instructions for submitting a pro/con statement, download the Request for Pro and Con Statements 2018 document.
- September 21, 5pm - Deadline to submit pro/con statements for the 2018 Littleton General Election Information Booklet (download instructions above);
- October 2-5 - City will mail the 2018 Littleton General Election Information Booklet to each registered Littleton elector;
- October 15 - Counties will start mailing ballots to all registered electors;
- October 15 - 24-hour ballot drop-off locations open;
- October 29 - Last day a voter may request a ballot be sent by mail;
- November 6 - General Election Day; polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m., including all drop-off locations.
Colorado permits online voter registration with a Colorado driver's license or ID card. You can register to vote if you will be 18 years old by Election Day, are a citizen of the United States, and have lived in Colorado at least 22 days prior to Election Day. In order to receive your ballot by mail, register or update your voter registration online through the 8th day before Election day. Refer to your county’s website or office number below for voter registration and information.
- Arapahoe County – www.arapahoevotes.com 303-795-4511
- Douglas County – www.douglasvotes.com 303-660-7444
- Jefferson County – www.jeffco.us/498/Voting-Registration 303-271-8111
Colorado voters can register through Election Day, but must register at least eight days prior to Election Day to receive a ballot in the mail. Voters who register after that day may register and pick up a ballot in person at their county's Voter Service and Polling Center.
Returning your Ballot
Ballots may be returned to the county by mail. Be sure to use adequate postage. Ballot postage details can be found in the voter instructions inside the ballot envelope. Mailed ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Postmarks will not count.
Dropped off ballots must be sealed in the official return envelope and placed in a ballot box in the county where you live by 7 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Select the county where you live to find the nearest ballot drop-off location.
- Arapahoe County drop-off locations
- Jefferson County drop-off locations
- Douglas County drop-off locations
The Littleton Center is not a ballot drop-off location for the 2018 election.
Littleton election results will be posted after 7 p.m. on Election Day as they become available from the three counties.