Tag Archives: election

Turn In Ballots, Vote In Person By Tuesday

Voters need to submit their ballots by Tuesday to their local County Clerk’s office. You can vote in person Tuesday at certified polling locations between 7 am and 7 pm. Those still planning to submit a mail-in ballot need to drop it off at 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

Clerks Office Closed Thursday

The Moffat County Clerks Office will be closed this Thursday Morning from 8 to 9:30. The closure will allow Clerks office employees to receive training through the Department of Continue reading

Commissioners Endorse Craig Sales Tax Increase

The Moffat County Commissioners yesterday agreed to sign a letter of support, endorsing the City of Craig’s effort to raise the city sales tax during the November election. Craig residents will be asked to approve a sales tax Continue reading

Study Finds Potential Voter Fraud

A study which examined 11.5 million voter records in five states, including Colorado, uncovered 112 instances of possible improper voting, which occurred in the 2016 presidential election. Ten people who voted in Colorado are suspected of casting two Continue reading

Craig Residents To Vote On Tax Increase

Craig residents will be asked to approve a tax increase during the upcoming November election. The Craig City council approved a ballot question at their meeting Tuesday that would increase the sales tax in Craig by 1.75%. The city faces a budget deficit of $1.2 million a year for the next two Continue reading

Petition To Be A City Council Candidate

The City of Steamboat has released the nominating petition for candidates seeking to run for Steamboat Springs City Council in the November election. There are city council positions open in districts one, two and three, with an at-large position also available. Eligible candidates must be 18 years of age or older on the day of the election. They must have Continue reading

2 Seats Open On Steamboat School Board

The Steamboat Springs School District will have 2 board seats, each for a four year term, on the November 7th ballot. To be qualified, a candidate must have been a registered voter for the school district for at least 12 consecutive months before the election. Nomination petitions can be picked now up at the Steamboat School District Office. Petitions require 50 eligible voters’ signatures. The deadline Continue reading

5,000 Coloradans Withdraw Voter Registration

Around 5,000 Coloradans have voluntarily withdrawn their voter registration since President Trump’s Election Integrity Commission announced they would ask states for publicly available voter roll data. Colorado’s Secretary of State Wayne Williams says there’s no evidence that the 5,000 people who Continue reading

Trump Admin Asks For Voter Information

In an effort to find the nearly 3 million illegal voters President Trump claims voted in the last election, a presidential election commission has asked states to provide them with public voter roll data. In response, Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams says he will release publicly available information to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, but he says he Continue reading

New Minority Political Party In Colorado

A new minority party has been added to the Colorado ballot. The Unity Party now has more than 1,000 registered voters in Colorado, giving it minority status for at least the next two general elections. The party’s motto is “not right, not left, but forward.” The Unity Party will now have to hold an assembly Continue reading

Unofficial City Of Craig Election Results

Unofficial results are in for the Craig City Election. In the mayoral race, John Ponikvar defeated Joe Bird by nearly 400 votes. In the race for City Council, seats will be filled by Andrea Camp who received the most votes, and Tony Bohrer, Chris Nichols and Jarrod Ogden who finished second, third and fourth Continue reading