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Vote Or Drop Off Ballots Today

Tuesday is election Day. Anyone planning to vote, who has not yet done so, will need to submit their ballot to the local County Clerk’s office, or vote in person at a certified polling location by 7 tonight. The Moffat County Clerks Office will be Continue reading

Turn In Ballots By Tuesday

Voters have until Tuesday to submit their ballots to their local County Clerk’s office. If you have not yet mailed in your ballot it is now too late. Polling places will be available in Moffat, Routt and Rio Blanco Counties on Tuesday. In Moffat County, voters can show up at the Moffat County Courthouse. In Rio Blanco County, you Continue reading

Mail In Ballots By Today

By now, Colorado voters should have received their election ballots in the mail. Note that there are two ways of returning your ballot. The ballot can be returned by mail, or can be dropped off at your local County Clerks office. If you are planning on mailing in your ballot it is recommended that you do Continue reading

Mail In Ballots Should Arrive Soon

Mail-in Ballots for the upcoming election in November should be arriving this week. Ballots will be accepted at your local County Clerk’s office through 7 pm on Tuesday November 8th. If you plan to return you ballot by mail it’s recommended that it be filled out and submitted by no later than November 1st. Colorado voters can Continue reading

Vote By Tuesday

The Craig City Election will be held Tuesday.  Those who have yet to mail in their ballots should drop them off Continue reading

55% Of Registered Coloradans Have Voted

VOTE.2-300Going into Election Day, 1.8 million voters have cast their ballots in Colorado. The Secretary of State’s Office says Republicans lead the vote tally with roughly 652,000 ballots cast, versus 645,000 from registered Democrats followed by 527,000 from unaffiliated voters. That’s a 55% voter turnout so far, according to Secretary Wayne Williams.  If you have Continue reading

How To Vote In Local Primaries

Vote_Checkmark-300x300Ballots should have arrived in the mail by now for the local 2016 Primary Elections in Colorado. The deadline to submit your ballot to your local County Clerks office is 7 pm June 28th. If you are planning to mail in your ballot make sure you send it off early enough for it to be received by the deadline, as a
postmark will not count. Also be aware that mail-in Continue reading

Ballots Due by 7 Tonight

Ballot-300Today is Election Day. This year’s ballots feature school and college board elections in Moffat, Routt and Rio Blanco Counties. There are also broadband questions on ballots in all three counties. There are tax increase questions for school districts in Meeker and Steamboat, and Continue reading

Dropping off Ballots Preferable to Mailing at This Point

Ballot-300Secretary of State Wayne Williams is recommending that voters who haven’t mailed in their ballots yet deliver them in person instead. Williams says that several county clerks have expressed concern that the U.S. Postal Service didn’t deliver their ballots in a timely manner. So Continue reading

Postal Service Urges Voters to Mail Ballots as Soon as Possible

Ballot-300The 2015 Colorado election process is underway and the United States Postal Service is urging citizens to mail back ballots now to ensure every vote is counted. According to state law, County Clerks and Recorders must be in possession of the ballot no later than the close of polls on Tuesday, November 3rd. Only ballots received Continue reading

Group Pushing for Universal Health Care

HEALTH-SYMBOL-300A group that wants to see Colorado start the nation’s first universal health care plan has turned in signatures to take the plan to voters. The group ColoradoCareYES turned in some 156,000 petition signatures to the secretary of state Friday. They want to see a question on 2016 ballots about a new health care system to replace Continue reading

New Voting Machines Being Tested in Colorado

Ballot-300Ballots hit the mail yesterday in many jurisdictions across Colorado. For some of those ballots, election administrators will be using new voting machines as Colorado plans a statewide upgrade. Eight counties will be testing one of four new machines in the off-year elections. Those are Continue reading