2022

73rd COLORADO GENERAL ASSEMBLY

LEGISLATIVE ALERTS

Last updated: 4/7/2022

Legislative Watch Colorado: Your Guns. Your Voice.

THE 73rd COLORADO GENERAL ASSEMBLY ADJOURNED ON MAY 12, 2022.

THE 74TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY WILL CONVENE ON JANUARY 9TH, 2023.

BILL NUMBER

RFOR POSITION

TITLE

SPONSOR(S)

COMMITTEE

STATUS

Support

Public School Hunter Education Seventh Grade Course

Signed by Governor

Oppose

“Vote Without Fear Act” Ban Open Carry Near Polling Places

Signed by Governor

Support

Concealed Handguns On School Grounds

Failed in Committee
Feb 28, 2022

Support

Deadly Force Against Intruder At A Business

Failed in Committee
Feb 28, 2022

Support

Possess Large Ammunition Magazine For Competitions

Failed in Committee
Feb 28, 2022

Oppose

Prohibit Hunting Bobcat Lynx And Mountain Lion

Failed in Committee Feb 3, 2022

Support

Constitutional Carry Of A Handgun

Failed in Committee Feb 8, 2022

Pending

Oppose

Prohibition Of “Ghost Guns” Including Possession and Manufacture

TBD

Pending

Not Introduced

Pending

Oppose

Raise Minimum Age To Purchase Rifles and Other Long Guns From 18 to 21

TBD

Pending

Not Introduced

Pending

Oppose

7 Day Waiting Period To Purchase Firearm

TBD

Pending

Not Introduced

Pending

Oppose

Prohibit Target Shooting on Private Unincorporated County Land

TBD

Pending

Not Introduced

Pending

Support

Repeal Ammunition Magazine Prohibition

TBD

Pending

Not Introduced

Register to Vote or Update Voter Registration

Registering to vote in Colorado is easy!  It can be done online instantly with a valid Colorado ID, or via mail-in form with or without a Colorado ID,  and right up until election day!.  

You can also easily confirm you’re registration information, update your address, and change your party affiliation online.  

How To Vote In Colorado

Mail Your Ballot.  If you receive a mail-in ballot, you can fill it out and drop it in the mail but if you’re worried it may not arrive in time, use a 24 hour drop box or vote in-person instead.

• Drop Off Your Ballot.  There are hundreds of ballot drop off locations across the state, but you must drop it off at a location in your county.  To find ballot drop off locations, click here.

Early Voting.  Colorado allows early voting in-person at certain locations (just take your ballot with you if you have one).  To find your local in person early voting locations, click here.

• Vote In Person On Election Day.  Polls are open from 7am to 7pm.  Yes, you can vote in-person on election day just like the old times!  Find election day in-person voting locations here.