Coloradans now can view their ballots for the Nov. 3 election

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County clerks in one week will begin mailing out ballots for the Nov. 3 coordinated election, but Coloradans can take a sneak peek now at what their ballots will look like.

Coloradans who already are registered voters -- or who want to register for the election -- can go to Be sure the address information is correct because ballots are not forwarded.

Once you are on the page, click on “Manage my registration” and underneath that click on “Find my registration.” Type in your name, ZIP code and date of birth. Your voter information should come up on the screen. Go to the link that says “View my sample ballot.”

Candidates are always listed before ballot measures and a number of school districts are holding school board elections and cities are holding municipal elections. In addition, there could be local issues on your ballot, including tax proposals.

There is only one statewide measure: Proposition BB,  which asks voters to decide if around $66 million in excess marijuana revenue should go back to taxpayers, or should be used for projects such as school construction. More information on that issue can be found by going to the nonpartisan