Why Use BallotTrax?
All active registered voters in Colorado receive a ballot in the mail for every election. You can return your mail ballot by mail or deliver it to one of our convenient ballot drop-off locations. No matter how you return your mail ballot, Ballot Track will let you know when it has been safely received for counting!
Will BallotTrax notify me when my ballot is received/accepted if I vote in-person?
No. Ballot Track only tracks the lifecycle of mail ballots (the data file the system uses is a mail ballot file). When you vote in-person, your ID is checked and you are given vote credit for voting immediately. The ballot that was previously mailed to you is voided, so BallotTrax has nothing to track. If you login to BallotTrax, you will see that it says you have “no current mail ballot status.” If you would like to confirm that you have received credit for voting, you can check your status in your voter record at www.GoVoteColorado.gov (under the “Ballot Information” tab).
How does Ballot Track know where my ballot is?
We first notify you when your ballot has been printed and mailed. Then, your ballot envelope is printed with unique barcodes, which are scanned when your ballot envelope packet is received back by our Elections Department in Salida. These bar codes allow us to let you know when your ballot envelope is received back at our office.

Get notified via text, email, or phone call when your mail ballot is mailed to you and received and accepted by the Elections Office. Signup at BallotTrax.net BallotTrax messages are originated from the Colorado Secretary of State’s office.