Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold is reminding Spanish-speaking voters in Colorado of the resources available to them at VayaVotarColorado.gov. In addition, on October 17th, the Secretary of State’s office will launch a multilingual voter hotline available to Spanish speakers should they need election assistance.
“Voters need accurate election information,” said Secretary Griswold. “VayaVotarColorado.gov helps Coloradans register to vote and access important information, and voters can rest assured that this resource is trustworthy and accurate.”
“VayaVotarColorado.gov helps Coloradans register to vote and access important information, and voters can rest assured that this resource is trustworthy and accurate.”
Jena Griswold, Colorado Secretary of State
Voters can register to vote, update their voter registration, and find other crucial information at VayaVotarColorado.gov in English and in Spanish.
Starting on October 17th, Colorado voters can call the Secretary of State’s Language Assistance Hotline for assistance with translating their ballot. The new hotline will allow Spanish, Korean, Chinese, Taiwanese or Vietnamese speakers to receive real time translation of their ballot content from a live interpreter. Additional languages are available for interpretation upon request.
To access the hotline, voters may call the Secretary of State’s Office directly at 303-860-6970 and a staff member at the Department will connect them to an interpreter for assistance with translating the content of the ballot. Voters may also visit a voting center and speak to an election judge or county staff about using hotline.
Additional resources available at VayaVotarColorado.gov include:
-Signing up for BallotTrax
-Fixing a ballot with Txt2Cure
-Information on Acceptable forms of ID
-Information for Military and Overseas Voters
-How to contact a County Clerk
VayaVotarColorado.gov is the most up-to-date source for election information for Colorado voters. With the .gov domain, which only government agencies may use, voters can have confidence that information is coming directly from the Secretary of State’s Office and is trusted.
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