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What forms of identification are valid for voting purposes?
Colorado law requires you to present an Acceptable Form of Identification. All ID's must be current and valid. If you do not have an acceptable form of identification, you will be permitted to vote a provisional ballot.
Acceptable Form of Identification

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1. Where and when can I vote?
2. How do I receive a ballot?
3. What is on the 2016 General Election Ballot?
4. What if I didn't receive my ballot?
5. How can I vote in the 2016 General Election?
6. Do I need to include a copy of my ID with my ballot?
7. What forms of identification are valid for voting purposes?
8. My family member is deceased, but his or her name is still active in the Colorado Statewide Voter Registration System. How can I have his or her name canceled?
9. Voter Registration
10. General Information
11. Electors Without Fixed Permanent Homes
12. Voting and Conviction
13. Provisional Ballots
14. How do I register to vote?