State and county election officials are warning voters of a scam that is looking to acquire personal and sensitive information.


Officials say they have received numerous complaints from Colorado voters saying that automated calls are telling them their voter registration is incorrect and to receive a ballot for this November's election, they will need to update the information.

The automated calls are targeting both registered Republicans and Democrats and the organization identifies itself as "Go Vote CO" or "Go Vote Colorado." Some voters suspected them as legit since the Secretary of State's online voter registration website is

Note: The Secretary of State's office DOES NOT contact individual voters regarding voter registration except to respond to questions initiated by the voter.

Secretary of State Wayne Williams wants to remind you not to disclose sensitive information, such as month and day of birth, driver's license or state-issued ID numbers, or Social Security numbers to any person or organization you do not know or trust.

If you have any information about this telephone solicitation, you are asked to contact Elections Division legal analyst Chris Amero at 303-894-2200 ext. 6389 or at the Secretary of State’s office.