Many people believe that once you have a criminal record you can never vote in Colorado. This is not true! CCJRC provides statewide voter education that focuses exclusively on people with criminal records.
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Know Your DA - Voter Guides for the General Election
The District Attorney (DA) is one of the most powerful players in the criminal justice system and very politically influential! In Colorado, the District Attorney has a lot of decision-making authority and responsibility. They are also elected officials but oftentimes too little information is known about DA candidates or decisions s/he makes once elected. Voter guides for the 2020 General Election coming soon!
Colorado passes HB19-1266!
In 2019, the Colorado Legislature passed HB19-1266 [PDF] and starting July 1, 2019, if you are on parole or federal supervised release in Colorado, you CAN register to vote and VOTE!
Special Report - Oct. 2, 2018
Most people with criminal records are eligible to vote in Colorado. Unfortunately, this is not widely known. According to a survey commissioned by the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition, there is significant public confusion surrounding the voting rights of individuals currently involved in the justice system.