The law (C.R.S. 1-2-217.5) allows an individual to register using an emergency registration so long as:
- the voter was registered to vote in a different county
- the voterfailed to register in their new county within the limits of the law
- the voter can provide the name, date, and location where they registered using a third party; or
- the voter registered by Federal postcard or mail registration, which includes voter registration drives.
If a voter chooses to emergency register they must under oath state they have completed all the requirements described in Colorado law.
Every elector is allowed to register and vote only once. If you do emergency register, bring your ID to the polling place.