Voter Information

Official voter information is available through the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office or through your local county’s Clerk and Recorder’s office.

Register to vote online!

Call your local Clerk & Recorder’s office to ask about absentee / international voting options.

Important Dates:
October 9: Ballots begin to be mailed to registered voters (non-registered voters can continue to register to vote).

Through  November 3rd: Ballots can be dropped off as soon as you receive through November 3rd at Ballot Drop Boxes in your county.

October 19: All Voter Service Centers and Polling Locations must be open.

October 26: Last day to request a mail-in ballot.

October 27 – November 3rd: Must go to Voter Service Center or Polling Location to cast a ballot. Completed ballots can continue to be dropped off in ballot boxes.

November 3rd. Official Federal Election Day. All ballots must be cast / received by election locations by 7:00pm. No ballots accepted after 7:00pm.

Special Notice:

We Can’t Go Back!

These portraits of women who lost their lives during the devastating pre-Roe era exemplify why WE all need to keep the pressure on our elected officials to assure that all women have access to abortion.  Thanks to the compassionate artistry and research by Daisy Patton, the lives lost to the tragedies resulting from illegal abortions are powerfully designed to motivate us to act and defend the legalization of and access to abortion.

SEND these cards to your elected officials and to anyone who questions the right of women to control their body.


Packages of 8 cards (2 of each woman) are available for a recommended donation of $8.00.  If ordered by mail, the fee will be $10.00 and can be purchased by PayPal (in the link below) or by sending a check to CORCRC PO Box 102464 Denver, Co 80250-2464.  Make sure that you include your full mailing address, e-mail and phone number.

Method of Receiving Cards

What is CORCRC?

The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (CORCRC) brings the moral power of religious communities to ensure reproductive justice through individual advocacy, education and counseling.

We are the primary religious voice for reproductive justice in Colorado.

CORCRC supports each woman’s right to have the personal and spiritual freedom to make the choice that is consistent with her religious and ethical beliefs.  CORCRC acknowledges and defends a woman’s ability to make decisions that are in keeping with her life and principles.

We do not take the question of abortion lightly. Because each denomination and faith group represented among us approaches the issue of abortion from the unique position of its own theology, CORCRC acknowledges widely varying viewpoints as to when life begins.  It is exactly this plurality of beliefs, which leads us to the conviction that the abortion decision must remain with the individual, to be made on the basis of health considerations, conscience and personal religious principals.

As people of faith, we support a person’s right to personal and spiritual freedom needed to make the choices that are consistent with their religious and ethical beliefs. This stand makes our active support of the First Amendment imperative.  We are strong advocates of the separation of church and state: freedom of and from religion

Our work is to strengthen the voice of different faith communities, denominations and those of no particular faith to promote reproductive health, rights and justice.

The emphasis must be not on the right to abortion but on the right to privacy and reproductive control.Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Latest in Legislative Action

In the general Election this year, November 3, 2020, the citizens of Colorado are being asked to vote on a 22-week ban on all abortions. If affirmed, this law will become part of our state’s laws.  CORCRC, along with our partner organizations invested in preserving reproductive rights for all women, is working to reject this measure from passing through the electorate. We have voted on this kind of question no less than 4 times previously – every time we have rejected it from becoming part of our State law. We will continue to fight for reproductive rights for all women in Colorado.

Please join us in this fight and volunteer now!

CORCRC invites you to stay involved.  There are many positive opportunities for you to continue to make a difference.


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