Voters in Delta County will be receiving ballots that are three to four pages in length. If you want to get a head start on deciding how to vote, you can check out the sample ballot on the county website, www.deltacounty.com.
Colorado has a number of open seats and will elect a new governor, attorney general, state treasurer and at-large member of the University of Colorado Board of Regents. The secretary of state's race is the only constitutional office featuring an incumbent.
Coloradans will vote to retain or reject judges, from the Colorado Supreme Court to the county court level. All seven seats in the U.S. House of Representatives are up for election, as are all 65 seats in the state House. In the state Senate, 17 of 35 state Senate seats are on the ballot. Voters will consider 13 statewide ballot measures -- six put on by the Colorado General Assembly and seven by citizens. In addition, local governments will have their own issues on the ballot.
Clerks will begin mailing ballots to in-state voters Oct. 15. Please go to GoVoteColorado.com to see if your mailing address is correct. Ballots do not forward.